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Fungicide-coated sorghum seeds. Seeds of the grain crop (Sorghum sp.), also known as millet or milo, coated with the fungicide Captan. Captan works by killing fungal spores on the surface of the seeds, thereby preventing various types of seed rot. Sorghum is the most extensively grown crop in the world and has many uses. It is an important cereal and can be ground into flour for use in baked goods. It has the advantage of being naturally gluten-free, so it can be used in products for people who are gluten intolerant.
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