Sorghum Seeds

Ranks with wheat, oats, corn and barley as among the most cultivated grains in the world. It is used as flour, cereal grain, sweetener, livestock feed, and in the making of brooms. Best known in the South for making molasses during an all-night boil where the juice is pressed from the stalks and reduced down in a large pot over a fire until it becomes a rich dark syrup. Nutrients: iron, phosphorus and potassium

Companions: beans, squash.
Antagonists: wheat.

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      Sorghum Seeds - Black Amber Cane

      Sorghum bicolor HEIRLOOM. One of the earliest molasses sorghums known. 6-8' stalks bear shiny black seeds and make fine brooms. A good intercrop for pole beans and peas.

      Sorghum Seeds - Sugar Drip

      Sorghum bicolor HEIRLOOM -Grows to 9-12' tall. One of the earliest maturing varieties for the South. Excellent syrup producer. SMALL FARM GROWN by Against the Grain Farm, Zionville, NC

      Sorghum Seeds - Hungarian Broom Corn

      Sold out for the 2021 season Sorghum bicolor HEIRLOOM. Traditional variety with long stems for making brooms. Fast growing to 7 -10' tall. Edible red seeds, drought tolerant.