Chromatin to provide grain sorghum to Pacific Ethanol

02/19/2013 | EthanolProducer.com

Seed producer Chromatin has struck a deal to supply California-based Pacific Ethanol with locally grown grain sorghum. Chromatin aims to initially contract about 20,000 acres for sorghum production in California, eventually rising to 30,000 acres. "As the benefits of sorghum become more widely known, especially its resiliency, flexibility and its affordability compared to corn, we are optimistic that it will become the feedstock of choice in ethanol production," said Chromatin CEO Daphne Preuss.

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