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The decline in food grain production in general and sorghum cultivation in particular is a major concern for policy makers and planners. This study presents trends in sorghum production, economic viability, possibilities for bridging yield gap in sorghum cultivation using primary data in Chamarajanagara district representing southern dry zone of Karnataka. Sorghum, a major dry land crop of Karnataka showed negative growth rate in production (-0.4%) which is mainly due to decline in areadoi:10.47114/j.agroped.2016.jun4 fatcat:jdfeogciirb2zgbz4cw5heol6a