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Kale
Joined: 11/02/2002
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Posted: Oct/09/2005 5:24 AM PST

These grew 3 yrs in a row in the same place,even after tilling and all.

Anyclue??
They all seem to look like corn but a complete different texture and shade of green .


Thanks.. Kale

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Kale
Joined: 11/02/2002
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Posted: Oct/09/2005 5:26 AM PST

This one grew in the same spot even though I tilled and removed lots of soil!


Kale

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flowerpower
Joined: 1/14/2003
Location: Catskill Mtns NY Zone 4
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Posted: Oct/09/2005 11:43 AM PST

Reminds me of one of the seeds in wild birdfood. I want to say Broom Corn, but I couldn't find a pic of its tassles to verify.
weedeater
Joined: 9/07/2003
Location: S.Ontario Canada Zone 6 or 6a
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Posted: Oct/09/2005 12:09 PM PST

Kale I have those growing in my front yard as well..at first I thought it was Corn ....
I did leave some growing and they are the same as what you posted.
Kale
Joined: 11/02/2002
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Posted: Oct/09/2005 7:24 PM PST

flowerpower, What is Broom Corn used for ? Are you thinking corn will grow in these plants?? *lol




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Kale I have those growing in my front yard as well..at first I thought it was Corn ....
I did leave some growing and they are the same as what you posted.

Did you notice they are a little different in thier color and tassles.
The one in front is a bit bigger and one of the ones in the back (there are 2) is getting tassle thingies coming out the side (like corn ) but not corn just tassle..

Yup I think they are the same just different maturity..I just looked again.

What will I do with this??

http://gregnmary.zapto.org/c/index0.html


Kale
Kale
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Posted: Oct/09/2005 7:25 PM PST

the pics are from the front and back

Kale
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Posted: Oct/09/2005 8:21 PM PST

Looks like Sorgum
Kale
Joined: 11/02/2002
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Posted: Oct/09/2005 11:58 PM PST

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Originally posted by cazimere
Looks like Sorgum


*smile.

O. K. now what do I do with it? Is it food for belly or just for show?
Did you grow that on your sorghum purpose? Yours are mini s...*lol
Mine are about 5ft or taller. So your certian it isnt Broom Corn
Is it suppose to produce colorful corns or something?

Thanks a Bunch..

Kale
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Posted: Oct/10/2005 12:20 AM PST

sorgum or sorghum or broom corn. has many uses as foodstuff. animal and human. google it.
Kale
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Posted: Oct/10/2005 9:39 AM PST

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Originally posted by cazimere
sorgum or sorghum or broom corn. has many uses as foodstuff. animal and human. google it.

Yeah ..I did and came up with industry usage in massive quanities.
I found a bread recipe but how do I make flour out of it woithout a machine to grind up the seed?
Humm.. what do you use it for?


Kale
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