Sorghum vulgare

Grain sorghum is planted worldwide for human consumption, but in the U.S. it is used primarily for livestock grain and forage, and as a cover crop. Most grain sorghums mature between 90-120 days and are bred to reach heights of 2-4’ for ease of harvesting.

Lifespan: Annual
Season: Warm
Habitat: Plains, Prairies, Dryland pastures
Recommended Use: Pastures

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Bufffalo Dash - W

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Buffalo Dash II

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Cover Crop Milo

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