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(Sorghum bicolor) Sorghum, which originates from north east Africa, is one of the greatest crops contributed to the world from African agriculture. Today in the US it's growth is widely distributed in its' southern regions. This is largely due to its adaptability to drought and its need for heat. It is important to plant sorghum when the soil is consistently warm. Many varieties were developed to create syrup, cover drops and animal fodder, and grain.

Learn To Grow Heirloom Sorghum Seeds