50 Sorghum bicolor seeds, Sand Mountain, USDA Organic
Sorghum bicolor, commonly called sorghum (also known as great millet, durra, jowari, or milo) is a grass species cultivated for its sugary juice and as a grain, which is used for food, both for animals and humans, and for ethanol production. Seed stock from Alabama. You can use the cane syrup to make molasses and the grain to make pancake flour. Plants grow 8-10' tall, producing juicy, sweet stalks. Harvest at 100-120 days for grain, earlier for syrup. USDA Certified Organic.