Firm wants to boost sorghum supply to 3 Calif. ethanol plants

Seed producer Chromatin will host a public meeting in Modesto, Calif., on Feb. 5 to persuade local farmers to grow sorghum for use in three ethanol plants in the state. "We're shooting to get 30,000 acres this summer to support the three ethanol plants," said John Fulcher, Chromatin's director of business development. The three facilities are the Pacific Ethanol plant in Stockton, the Aemetis plant in Keyes and the Calgren plant in Pixley.

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