This book is about diversity in sorghum Germplasm from Ghana. Diversity was studied with both molecular and morphological traits. The morphological traits were both qualitative and quantitative. Some of the qualitative traits are panicle compactness and shape, inflorescence exertion and glume cover. The quantitative traits include mainly yield components such as number of grains, grain mass and number of flowering stems. Molecular studies involved the use of SSR markers. An average of 3.3 alleles was scored per primer pair. Allele information for each accession from the primers was analysed with NTSYSpc. Similarity within the sorghum accessions ranged from 63 to 100%. The molecular markers revealed more polymorphism than that of the morphological traits. However, both methods will remain vital in sorghum diversity study and breeding. This book is informative to all who are interested in this important food crop.