broomcorn


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broomcorn:

see sorghumsorghum,
tall, coarse annual (Sorghum vulgare) of the family Poaceae (grass family), somewhat similar in appearance to corn (but having the grain in a panicle rather than an ear) and used for much the same purposes.
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Morphological and physiological responses of broomcorn millet seedlings to drought stress.
An absence of broomcorn millet at nearby farming villages suggests that herders cultivated that crop, and perhaps others, about 600 years before previous evidence of farming in Central Asia.
After a brief conversation, we agreed that this machine should definitely be in the broomcorn museum display.
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In the 1780s, Benjamin Franklin traveled in Hungary," says Martin, "and he found broomcorn, brought it back to the United Sates and planted the seed.
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There are four main types of sorghum based on use: (1) grain sorghums that are harvested for grain or whole plant for animal feed (Figure 17-20); (2) sweet sorghums that are used for silage and for syrup production; (3) Sudan grass, which is used exclusively as a grazed or hay forage crop; and (4) broomcorn, which is used for production of brooms.