Definition of Sweet sorghum

1. Noun. Any of several sorghums cultivated as a source of syrup.

Exact synonyms: Sorgho, Sorgo, Sugar Sorghum
Generic synonyms: Sorghum



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sweet Sorghum

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sweet sorghum (current term)
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Literary usage of Sweet sorghum

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1. Productive Farm Crops by Edward Gerrard Montgomery (1916)
"The Kafir corns were introduced into the United States mostly from South Africa, where they have long been FIo. 91.—Head of amber sweet sorghum. (U. 8. ..."

2. Feeds and Feeding Abridged by William Arnon Henry, Frank Barron Morrison (1915)
"... 26.3 lbs 1.25 104 2104 Lot lll, sweet sorghum silage, 26.6 Ibs 1.08 127 2467 In these trials the different kinds of silage had about the same value, ..."

3. The Principles of Agronomy: A Text-book of Crop Production for High-schools by Franklin Stewart Harris, George Stewart (1915)
"Shortly afterwards sweet sorghum proved the most valuable type for forage. The sweet sap seems to give it a palatability not found in other groups. ..."

4. Sixty Lessons in Agriculture by Burt C. Buffum, David Clement Deaver (1913)
"The principal kinds of sorghum are sweet sorghum, Kafir corn, milo maize, ... The sweet sorghum is grown for the molasses, which is made from the sweet ..."

5. The Corn Crops: A Discussion of Maize, Kafirs, and Sorghums as Grown in the by Edward Gerrard Montgomery (1913)
"West of the Missouri River and southward in the Great Plains region, the culture of sweet sorghum is principally as a forage crop. It is an important forage ..."

6. Lost Crops of Africa: Grains edited by F. R. Ruskin (1999)
"Brazilian researchers have shown that sweet sorghum can yield from 22 to 45 ... Research has shown that in this way 1 ton of sweet-sorghum stalks has the ..."

7. Productive Farm Crops by Edward Gerrard Montgomery (1916)
"The Kafir corns were introduced into the United States mostly from South Africa, where they have long been FIo. 91.—Head of amber sweet sorghum. (U. 8. ..."

8. Feeds and Feeding Abridged by William Arnon Henry, Frank Barron Morrison (1915)
"... 26.3 lbs 1.25 104 2104 Lot lll, sweet sorghum silage, 26.6 Ibs 1.08 127 2467 In these trials the different kinds of silage had about the same value, ..."

9. The Principles of Agronomy: A Text-book of Crop Production for High-schools by Franklin Stewart Harris, George Stewart (1915)
"Shortly afterwards sweet sorghum proved the most valuable type for forage. The sweet sap seems to give it a palatability not found in other groups. ..."

10. Sixty Lessons in Agriculture by Burt C. Buffum, David Clement Deaver (1913)
"The principal kinds of sorghum are sweet sorghum, Kafir corn, milo maize, ... The sweet sorghum is grown for the molasses, which is made from the sweet ..."

11. The Corn Crops: A Discussion of Maize, Kafirs, and Sorghums as Grown in the by Edward Gerrard Montgomery (1913)
"West of the Missouri River and southward in the Great Plains region, the culture of sweet sorghum is principally as a forage crop. It is an important forage ..."

12. Lost Crops of Africa: Grains edited by F. R. Ruskin (1999)
"Brazilian researchers have shown that sweet sorghum can yield from 22 to 45 ... Research has shown that in this way 1 ton of sweet-sorghum stalks has the ..."

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