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Wheatland Heirloom Grain Sorghum/Milo Seeds
Wheatland Heirloom Grain Sorghum/Milo Seeds
Wheatland Heirloom Grain Sorghum/Milo Seeds
Wheatland Heirloom Grain Sorghum/Milo Seeds
Wheatland Heirloom Grain Sorghum/Milo Seeds
Wheatland Heirloom Grain Sorghum/Milo Seeds Wheatland Heirloom Grain Sorghum/Milo Seeds Wheatland Heirloom Grain Sorghum/Milo Seeds Wheatland Heirloom Grain Sorghum/Milo Seeds Wheatland Heirloom Grain Sorghum/Milo Seeds
Wheatland Heirloom Grain Sorghum/Milo Seeds Wheatland Heirloom Grain Sorghum/Milo Seeds Wheatland Heirloom Grain Sorghum/Milo Seeds Wheatland Heirloom Grain Sorghum/Milo Seeds Wheatland Heirloom Grain Sorghum/Milo Seeds

Wheatland Heirloom Grain Sorghum/Milo

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(Sorghum bicolor) A selection from a kafir-milo cross made by J. B. Sieglinger at the United States Field Station in Woodward, Oklahoma.  First offered to farmers in 1931 and grown throughout Kansas, Oklahoma, and Texas by the late 1930's.  Plants grow 4-6 foot tall producing large heads loaded with round, off-white seeds.  Second and third heads may be produced when growing conditions permit.  Seeds can be ground into a nutritious flower or used as livestock feed. 110 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) A selection from a kafir-milo cross made by J. B. Sieglinger at the United States Field Station in Woodward, Oklahoma.  First offered to farmers in 1931 and grown throughout Kansas, Oklahoma, and Texas by the late 1930's.  Plants grow 4-6 foot tall producing large heads loaded with round, off-white seeds.  Second and third heads may be produced when growing conditions permit.  Seeds can be ground into a nutritious flower or used as livestock feed. 110 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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