Chromatin sorghum hybrids produce fivefold yield increase in East Africa
Green Car Congress
MARCH 19, 2015
Chromatin introduced the new hybrids at a grain sorghum workshop it hosted in Kampala, Uganda. David Kisa, CEO of Kapchorwa Commercial Farmers Association (KACOFA), who operates a 2,400 acre farm in Uganda said that he had trialed Chromatin’s sorghum hybrids on the farm and produced 2.45MT per acre. Chromatin, Inc., an agriculture technology company, announced that its newly introduced hybrid sorghum seed products have achieved unprecedented yields in East Africa.