Broom Corn - Knowledgebase Question

Mapleton, UT
Question by sasc0
April 20, 1998
Do you carry the seeds for broomstick corn? If not could you refer me to a source that would carry them.


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Answer from NGA
April 20, 1998

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Broom corn, Sorghum bicolor, is used as a forage, a grain, and a sugar source. The prolific plants grow well in the desert and the tassel spikes can be used to make brooms. It is available from Native Seeds/SEARCH, web site: http://desert.net/seeds/home.h... Fax # 520-622-5591; no ph# listed.

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