Join us on February 5 to learn about the Chromatin 2013 Grain Sorghum Program for biofuels production. Contracts are available for spring 2013 planting. The meeting will include details about contract terms as well as agronomic information and management practices for growing grain sorghum.
With more than 40 years of experience in the industry, Chromatin is a recognized leader in sorghum research and seed production. In 2012, Chromatin provided seed for the production of the first California-grown sorghum used to produce ethanol at Pacific Ethanol.
Why Grain Sorghum?
Grain sorghum is a resilient and versatile feedstock for ethanol production and a good fit for many California growing areas.
Chromatin's program includes contracting, pricing and risk management with J.D. Heiskell. Delivery periods will be flexible with six delivery locations.
Three ethanol plant locations are participating: Pacific Ethanol in Stockton, Aemetis in Keyes, and Calgren in Pixley.
To learn more, visit www.chromatininc.com