Perenns Sorghum Farm in Kannada, Tamil Nadu, is producing the world’s largest crop of sorghums this year.
It is a success story for the farmers, who have been working on this project for three years.
Sorghums are one of the most important crop crops in India.
The yield is about 3.5 times higher than its annual production.
It is grown mainly in the coastal districts of Tamil Nadu and Karnataka.
The crop is considered one of those crops that can be grown in areas that have very limited water resources and are prone to floods.
The Sorghums produce about 10,000 tons of food every year.
Farmers are in the final stages of preparing the soil for growing the crop and the soil is being tested for the presence of nitrates.
They are also conducting an environmental assessment.
The farmers are hopeful of another harvest.
“It is an extremely hard crop, it is difficult for us to plant it.
But we are determined.
We will be ready for another harvest in three years,” said Ramesh Kumar, farmer of the farm.
He added that the farmers are also working on the construction of a new sorghUM (sorghum cultivation unit) on the farm, adding that it will produce more sorghuds than it would be possible to grow in a sorghur farm.
The project is expected to produce about 4.6 billion tons.
In Tamil Nadu alone, it produces around 15,000 tonnes of the sorghub crop.
The project was approved by the Centre on August 2.
The crop is a major contributor to the agricultural production in Tamil Nadu.
It has an annual yield of about 40 tons.
The plant is grown from seeds and harvested in July.
The farmer said the yield of the crop is more than three times higher compared to its annual output.
“The yield of Sorghur is higher than the yield achieved in previous years.
But, the yield is not as high as it should be,” he said.
He said the farmers have been cultivating the sorgy on the spot for a long time.
“We had planted the sorganum seedlings in September last year and harvested the crop on February 1.
We have not planted any seedlings this year,” he added.