Prussic acid & nitrate problems could be substantial this fall on forage sorghum and millet

Prussic acid & nitrate problems could be substantial this fall on forage sorghum and millet

Tri State Livestock News

Any time growers plant any type of forage sorghum for hay and/or livestock grazing, prussic acid is a concern. However, in the minds of most growers, prussic acid toxicity is a concern early in the growing season when forage sorghum plants are less than 18-24 inches tall.

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