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Mennonite Sweet Sorghum Seeds
Mennonite Sweet Sorghum Seeds
Mennonite Sweet Sorghum Seeds
Mennonite Sweet Sorghum Seeds Mennonite Sweet Sorghum Seeds Mennonite Sweet Sorghum Seeds
Mennonite Sweet Sorghum Seeds Mennonite Sweet Sorghum Seeds Mennonite Sweet Sorghum Seeds

Mennonite Sweet Cane Sorghum

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(Sorghum bicolor) Heirloom cane sorghum grown by the Mennonite community of Jamesport, Missouri.  7-9 foot tall stalks are traditionally pressed to release a sugary, green juice that is then strained and cooked down into a thick, light-colored syrup.  Traditionally served on pancakes or buttered biscuits.  Amber-colored seed can also be ground into a gluten-free flour for making pancakes or other baked goods.  105 days to harvest. 

CULTURE:  After danger of frost has passed, sow seeds 4" apart, 1/2" deep in rows 30" apart. Under ideal conditions, germination will occur in 7-10  days.  Once seedlings are established, thin to one plant every 8".

(Sorghum bicolor) Heirloom cane sorghum grown by the Mennonite community of Jamesport, Missouri.  7-9 foot tall stalks are traditionally pressed to release a sugary, green juice that is then strained and cooked down into a thick, light-colored syrup.  Traditionally served on pancakes or buttered biscuits.  Amber-colored seed can also be ground into a gluten-free flour for making pancakes or other baked goods.  105 days to harvest. 

CULTURE:  After danger of frost has passed, sow seeds 4" apart, 1/2" deep in rows 30" apart. Under ideal conditions, germination will occur in 7-10  days.  Once seedlings are established, thin to one plant every 8".

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Susan Speed
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Prompt delivery. Excellent packaging. Looking forward to planting these.


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