How to Grow and Process Home Grown Sorghum Grain?

Answer Homegrown sorghumSorghum is gluten-free and an interesting alternative to the typical home-grown grain choice of corn (maize). It is an efficient use of space as it grows close together, and it tas... Read More »

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Is sorghum a grain?

Sorghum is a genus that includes many species, including grain, grass, and sweet sorghum. Grain sorghum is used for both animal and human consumption and is a gluten-free flour alternative. Its fib... Read More »

Water Consumption of Corn Compared to Grain Sorghum?

Corn and sorghum grain are the most widely grown and utilized crops in the industrial food system of the United States. Because they are produced in such massive quantities, it is important to cons... Read More »

How to Grow Whole Grain Wheat?

Whole grain wheat consists of all three parts of the plant's kernel: outer shell, inner endosperm and tiny germ. Botanists classify wheat as a grass and, like many grasses, it is a vigorous grower.... Read More »

Will Grass Grow Where Moss Has Grown?

Lawn moss takes advantage of lawns that have low pH ranges. Moss prefers to grow in a pH range between 5.0 to 5.5, according to Rutgers University. Grass needs a pH range between 6.0 to 7.0. Theref... Read More »