Grain Sorghum grass is an annual summer crop. The grass is used for human and animal consumption and is also used for malt in brewing.
Where to sow Grain Sorghum grass
This crop grows most successful in regions where the annual rainfall ranges from 400 to 800 mm, but is mostly planted where rainfall is below average for maize production. High humidity may sometimes affect seed set. This produce is more tolerant to drought in comparison with most other grain crops.