Sorghum Planting

What is the best time to sow Egyptian corn; also how much per acre to


All the sorghums, of which Egyptian corn is one, must be sown after

frost danger is over - the time widely known as suitable for Indian

corn, squashes and other tender plants. Sow thinly in shallow furrows or

"marks," 3 1/2 or 4 feet apart and cultivate as long as you can easily

get through the rows with a horse. About 8 pounds of seed is used per

acre. If grown for green fodder, sow more thickly and make the rows

closer, say 2 1/2 feet apart.

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