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GRAIN, weight. The twenty-fourth part of a pennyweight.
     2. For scientific purposes the grain only is used, and sets of weights are constructed in decimal progression, from 10,000 grains downward to one hundredth of a grain.

GRAIN, corn. It signifies wheat, rye, barley, or other corn sown in the ground In Pennsylvania, a tenant for a certain term is entitled to the way- going crop. 5 inn. 289, 258; 2 Binn. 487; 2 Serg. & Rawle, 14.

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2016); however, there are no published studies evaluating the agronomic impacts of DMPP-treated urea on grain sorghum production in subtropical environments.
Based on results of this study, it could be concluded that there was a wide range of genetic variability detected among the grain sorghum genotypes for drought tolerance.
Damage to grain sorghum by southern green stink bug, conchuela, and leaffooted bug.
According to a report on the USGC website, the grain sorghum will be utilized by Egypt's Dakahlia Poultry Co.
Major EU agricultural imports from the US: tree nuts, soybeans, tobacco, wine, animal feed, spirits, wheat, food preparations, live horses, grain sorghum, essential oils, peptones, seeds, residues of starch.
The better strains currently produce about 40% of the grain yield of their annual grain sorghum parents, and their seed is about half the size of grain sorghum's.
3) Evolved Harvest's Maximize contains Forage Soybeans, Grain Sorghum, Ebony Peas, and Sunflowers.
The grain sorghum is grown in the United States, Africa, southern Europe, Central America and Southern Asia.
Grain sorghum producers and users have used corn futures for years employing this concept.
Last year, however, University of Nebraska researchers lowered non-HDL cholesterol in hamsters by as much as 69 percent over four weeks by adding a lipid extract of grain sorghum to their food.
IN RECENT YEARS, there has been increased interest in the development of grain sorghum germplasm adapted to U.