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Sorghum bicolor var. Apache Red Sugar Cane - Sweet Sorghum - Seeds, 1 packet

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Poaceae. North Africa. H 4m x 0.5m L. Z8. Annual. Giant grass cultivated on an industrial scale in Nigeria, India, Mexico, and the USA, for its seed and its stem. Sweet Sorghum canes contain a sweet sap from which syrup and molasses are produced, liquor (China), and ethanol-based fuel. Sorghum bicolor is also a source of forage for livestock, biomass, fibers for manufactured objects (brush, mattresses, carpets, etc.), and a beautiful red dye. Its seed is consumed in food (flour, bread, snacks, germinated, etc.) and is adapted to gluten-free diets. Sorghum finally has medicinal properties: Softening, Astringent, Diuretic and Haemostatics. The stem of the Apache Red Sugar Cane variety contains a sweet juice highly concentrated in sugar like sugar cane. It can be eaten chewed or centrifuged. The leaf sheets are used as a source of Red Dye in African countries, for dyeing textiles.

ATTENTION: the young plant contains a hydrocyanic component toxic to deadly and should not be consumed. It becomes edible without risk when fully grown and starting to bloom.

Sow in godets in April-May in warm temperature and plant in open garden in late May after the last risk of frost. Space the plantlets 20 cm in a row and the rows from 50 cm to 1 m. Exposure full sun, rich soil, irrigated during hot and dry periods. 1 packet of 50 seeds.

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Sorghum bicolor var. Apache Red Sugar Cane - Sorgho a sucre - Sweet Sorghum - Seeds

Sorghum bicolor var. Apache Red Sugar Cane - Sorgho a sucre - Sweet Sorghum - Seeds

Sorghum bicolor var. Apache Red Sugar Cane - Sweet Sorghum - Seeds, 1 packet

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