General Sorghum - Sorghum has a variety of uses including food for human consumption, feed grain for livestock and industrial applications such as ethanol production. The area planted to sorghum worldwide has increased by 66 percent over the past 50 years while yield has increased by 244 percent.
Egyptian Wheat (Sorghum) - Also called “chicken corn,” Egyptian wheat is a productive, late-maturing grain sorghum that produces large heads with lots of seed.
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