Unavailable for 2018. Consider Mennonite sorghum as a substitute.
120 days. [1970 USDA/ADS & MAESS]
Sturdy 12 ft. stalks with excellent disease resistance, well adapted throughout the Southeast. Syrup has mild flavor with good color; small, reddish-brown seed also good for grits and pancake flour. Missouri’s Sandhill Farm uses this variety for their fine sorghum syrup. (¼ lb = 4 oz = 114 g)