Drought is the major constraint limiting production of crops especially in the Sub-Saharan Africa. Therefore, developing crops that have the mechanism to cope with such a drought prone production environments is vital. Sorghum is known for its post-flowering drought resistance ability termed as ?stay-green'' which enables the crop to maintain photosynthetically active green leaves under progressively depleting soil moisture. Ethiopian sorghum accessions has produced many valuable traits for crop improvement of which stay-green is one. B-35 is stay-green material obtained from Ethiopian land-races. This book, provides results obtained from evaluating farmer-preferred varieties of Ethiopian sorghum landraces for post-flowering drought resistance property. This book is useful for professionals involved in plant breeding for drought prone areas especially working on stay-green property or anyone else interested in Ethiopian sorghum accessions.