Evaluation of Sweet Sorghum for Fermentable Sugar Production Potential 1

  title={Evaluation of Sweet Sorghum for Fermentable Sugar Production Potential 1},
  author={G. A. Smith and Marvin O. Bagby and R. T. Lewellan and Devon L. Doney and Paul H. Moore and Frederick Jackson Hills and Larry G. Campbell and George J. Hogaboam and Gerald E. Coe and Kelly C. Freeman},
  journal={Crop Science},
Etude dans 6 stations de latitudes 47 o N a 21 o N non habituellement associees a la production de sorgho sucre aux USA 

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