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‘Adequate supplies’ expected for SA sorghum market

The outlook for the 2020/2021 sorghum season looks good, when comparing the profitability of sorghum against other crops, according to Grain SA economist Ikageng Maluleke.

She said the sorghum market in South Africa was currently close to export parity levels due to relatively sufficient supplies. If production continued to decrease, however,

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