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Texas Seeded Ribbon Seeds
Texas Seeded Ribbon Sweet Cane/Syrup Sorghum Seeds
Texas Seeded Ribbon Sweet Cane/Syrup Sorghum Seeds
Texas Seeded Ribbon Seeds
Texas Seeded Ribbon Seeds
Texas Seeded Ribbon Seeds Texas Seeded Ribbon Sweet Cane/Syrup Sorghum Seeds Texas Seeded Ribbon Sweet Cane/Syrup Sorghum Seeds Texas Seeded Ribbon Seeds Texas Seeded Ribbon Seeds
Texas Seeded Ribbon Seeds Texas Seeded Ribbon Sweet Cane/Syrup Sorghum Seeds Texas Seeded Ribbon Sweet Cane/Syrup Sorghum Seeds Texas Seeded Ribbon Seeds Texas Seeded Ribbon Seeds

Texas Seeded Ribbon (Gooseneck) Sweet Cane/Syrup Sorghum

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(Sorghum bicolor) An old cane sorghum variety known previously as Gooseneck.  Popular in North Carolina and Mississippi around the 1870's, later gaining wide distribution throughout the southern United States under the name Texas Seeded Ribbon Cane, an apparent play on the popularity of ribbon cane syrup (a sugar cane product).  Plants grow 8-9 feet tall, producing juicy green stalks that yield an excellent quality syrup.  Highly branched inflorescences produce an abundance of seeds that are suitable for poultry feed or for grinding into flour. Likely synonyms: Gooseneck, Honey Drip. 120 days to harvest.  100 seeds per packet.

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) An old cane sorghum variety known previously as Gooseneck.  Popular in North Carolina and Mississippi around the 1870's, later gaining wide distribution throughout the southern United States under the name Texas Seeded Ribbon Cane, an apparent play on the popularity of ribbon cane syrup (a sugar cane product).  Plants grow 8-9 feet tall, producing juicy green stalks that yield an excellent quality syrup.  Highly branched inflorescences produce an abundance of seeds that are suitable for poultry feed or for grinding into flour. Likely synonyms: Gooseneck, Honey Drip. 120 days to harvest.  100 seeds per packet.

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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