Sorghum, Sweet: White Mountains Apache

$5.50

Heirloom sorghum grown for flour, fodder and grain by the White Mountain Apache of Northeastern Arizona.

Minimum 40 Seeds

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Description

(Sorghum bicolor)

Heirloom sweet sorghum grown for flour, fodder and grain by the White Mountain Apache of Northeastern Arizona.

This is a classic multi-purpose sweet sorghum used for syrup, chewed as candy and the grain is useful for flower, cereal and eaten popped.

Chickens love the seeds and livestock likes the leaves. Can be used as bean poles and works well in place of corn for many uses.

This variety has traditionally been grown by the White Mountain Apache tribe in Northeastern Arizona’s White Mountains, about 70 miles from our farm.

It’s well adapted to short seasons, high altitude and drought conditions. This is a red grain variety of sweet sorghum.

Germination rate 92% – July 2020

Minimum 40 Seeds

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