Growing sorghum and making sorghum sirup
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"Orange, Sumac, Honey, and Black Amber are the four best varieties of sweet sorghum to use in Missouri. Orange is most commonly used and is generally well adapted throughout the entire State. In extreme northern Missouri, especially for late planting, Black Amber may be used, but under normal conditions use Orange. From Central Missouri southward Sumac and Honey are also well adapted, and in extreme southern Missouri and in southeastern Missouri Honey is especially well suited. As to maturity, Amber is early, Orange and Sumac medium, while Honey is comparatively late."--Page 1.
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