I Wish To Know If There Are Possibilities Of Broom-straw





All the broom-corn which has been successfully produced in California

has been produced on moist, riverside land. The plant is a sorghum -

consequently subject to frost injury, and can only be grown during the

frostless season as Indian corn is. This makes it impossible to get the

advantage of rainfall on winter upland and necessitates the use of

lowlands, which carry moisture enough to secure a free growth of the

brush, for poor broom-corn is worthless practically, being too low

priced to be profitable for brooms and too fibrous to be of value for

feeding purposes. Even in a place where the plant grows well its product

is worthless unless properly treated, and that requires full knowledge

and a good deal of work.





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