This page gives instructions on how to buy sorghum seeds from David's Garden Seeds.
Black Amber Cane Sorghum is one of the earliest sweet canes introduced to American agriculture. Milky sweet, used primarily as a syrup sorghum. As a silage crop it has the hay and wild game quality of Merit. A good inter-crop with beans and peas. 8 to 9 foot stalks, loose heads of shiny black seeds. Harvest in about 100 days.
Black Amber Cane 200 Organic Heirloom Seeds
Dale Sorghum grows sturdy 12 foot stalks with excellent disease resistance, well adapted
throughout the Southeast. Syrup has mild flavor with good color; small,
reddish-brown seed also good for grits and pancake flour. Missouri's
Sandhill Farm uses this variety for their fine sorghum syrup. Harvest in about 100 days.
Dale 200 Open Pollinated Seeds
Iowa Sweet is a very sweet sugar cane type, about 9 ft. tall with juicy stalks. Sorghum is a genus of grasses with about 30 species, one of which is raised for grain and many of which are used as fodder plants, either cultivated or as part of pasture. The plants are cultivated in warm climates worldwide. They are native to the tropics and subtropics of the Old World and one species is endemic to Mexico; a number have been introduced into other parts of the world. It can be used as a grain for gluten free cooking, used as a cover crop or animal feed. Grain sorghum can be used like flour corn. It is especially good for making pancake flour. It can also be harvested for its syrup. Harvest in about 100 days.
Iowa Sweet 200 Heirloom Seeds
Mennonite Sorghum is an old fashioned cane sorghum used to make light-colored syrup for pancakes or waffles. 7 to 9 foot tall stalks. The red-hulled seed may be ground to make flour, especially for pancakes. Harvest in about 100 days.
Mennonite 200 Heirloom Seeds
Sugar Drip Sorghum is one of the earliest-maturing varieties for the South, and one of the most widely grown varieties in the southern mountains. Grows 6 to 8 foot tall; susceptible to lodging if not harvested early. Used for early production of very good quality syrup. Harvest in about 100 days.
Sorghum Sugar Drip 200 Organic Heirloom Seeds
Tarahumaran Popping Sorghum is unusual. The dried seeds can be popped like popcorn! Small, white seeds with nutty flavor. As with popcorn, the seeds need to dry a good while after harvest before they’ll pop well. Unlike popcorn, unpopped kernels in the pan are tender enough to eat. 10-12 ft. tall plants. Ready to harvest in about 100 days.
Tarahumaran Popping 200 Heirloom Seeds
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