CNV Sorghum

Forages Sorghum 55R6 CNV

57B6 CNV

  • Excellent yields for an early grain sorghum
  • Very good emergence, plant health, and standability
  • Very good drought tolerance
  • Good choice for shorter growing seasons, double-cropping, and late planting
  • Will work at higher elevations with cooler temperature
  • Above average head exsertion and good threshability for easier harvest


  • Excellent drought tolerance
  • High yield potential
  • Very good standability
  • Tan plant with cream grain color; will qualify for many food uses
  • Good threshability
  • 59 days to mid-bloom

60B4 CNV

  • Good drought tolerance and moves south well
  • High yield potential for maturity
  • Excellent standability
  • Works well in diverse environments
  • 60 days to mid-bloom


  • Tan plant with food grade white grain
  • Very good yield potential under stress
  • Short plant with good head exertion
  • 63 days to mid-bloom

63C5 CNV

  • Excellent drought tolerance
  • Biotype C greenbug resistance
  • Verygood yield for a medium-early hybrid
  • Excellent seedling vigor and plant uniformity
  • 63 days to mid-bloom


  • Resistance to biotype C, E, and I greenbug
  • Very good drought and stress tolerance
  • Food grade grain and tan plant; yellow grain and endosperm
  • Excellent late season standability
  • Medium plant height
  • 64 days to mid-bloom

70C5 CNV

  • Consistent high yielding hybrid
  • Very good drought tolerance
  • Biotype C and E greenbug resistance
  • Very good head exsertion and standability
  • Cream colored grain with excellent test weight
  • 70 days to mid-bloom


  • High-yielding food grade
  • Tan plant with white grain color
  • Excellent general leaf disease resistance
  • Food-grade qualities allow 76WT4 to be used by poultry feeders the entire feeding cycle
  • 76 days to mid-bloom

Planting Grain Sorghum

Grain sorghum seed is untreated. It is a warm season crop, and soil temperature should be at least 65 degrees at planting time. Plant 1" - 2" deep in moist soil, with good seed-soil contact. For dry land acres with limited rainfall, plant 50,000 to 60,000 seeds/acre. In areas with adequate rainfall, plant 75,000 to 90,000 seeds/acre.


CNV indicates Non-GMO hybrids produced using conventional methods. Not treated with materials prohibited by the NOP rules.