"Patricia Ondere has been growing maize, beans and groundnuts on her two-acre farm in Sega, Siaya County, Kenya. She's lately added sorghum.
Samuel Gudu, genetics and plant breeding expert, says sorghum has enormous potential. Many farmers over-depend on maize, which is the country’s staple crop at the expense of other viable crops suitable to address perennial food shortage."
[Samuel Gudu is a GCP researcher working on this comparative genomics sorghum project, among others]
The Star, Kenya, 10 May 2013