Visual Reference Library - Sorghum

Image of SORGHUM GERM DAMAGE 
Sorghum and pieces of sorghum which, after bleaching, have discolored germs (embryo) that are as dark or darker than shown.  The discoloration can be prorated. For example, when the degree of discoloration is twice that shown, only half of the germ area needs to be discolored.
NOTE: Seed coats that occasionally remain attached to the germ area after bleaching must be carefully removed. Scraping too deeply can destroy the evidence of damage and cause non-uniformity of interpretation.

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Last updated December 2016