sorghum

A cereal grass used mainly for feedgrain or silage.
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sorghum

[n] - economically important Old World tropical cereal grass 2. [n] - made from juice of sweet sorghum
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Sorghum

Sor'ghum noun [ New Latin , probably of Chinese origin.] (Botany) (a) A genus of grasses, properly limited to two species, Sorghum Halepense , the Arabian millet, or Johnson grass (see Johnson grass ), and S. vulgare , the Indian millet (see Indian millet , u
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sorghum

<botany> A genus of grasses, properly limited to two species, Sorghum Halepense, the Arabian millet, or Johnson grass (see Johnson grass), and S. Vulgare, the Indian millet (see Indian millet, under Indian). ... A variety of Sorghum vulgare, grown for its saccharine juice; the Chinese sugar cane. ... Origin: NL, probably of Chinese origin. ..
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sorghum

sorghum molasses noun made from juice of sweet sorghum
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sorghum

noun economically important Old World tropical cereal grass
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Sorghum

• (n.) A genus of grasses, properly limited to two species, Sorghum Halepense, the Arabian millet, or Johnson grass (see Johnson grass), and S. vulgare, the Indian millet (see Indian millet, under Indian). • (n.) A variety of Sorghum vulgare, grown for its saccharine juice; the Chinese sugar cane.
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sorghum

cereal grain plant of the family Gramineae (Poaceae), probably originating in Africa, and its edible starchy seeds. All types raised chiefly for ... [7 related articles]
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Sorghum

Sorghum is a genus of numerous species of grasses, one of which is raised for grain and many of which are used as fodder plants either cultivated or as part of pasture. The plants are cultivated in warmer climates worldwide. Species are native to tropical and subtropical regions of all continents in addition to the South West Pacific and Australas
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sorghum

sorghum, tall, coarse annual (Sorghum vulgare) of the family Gramineae (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. Probably indigenous to Africa, it is one of the longest-cultivated plants of warm ...
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Sorghum

Sorghum is a genus of grasses of the natural order Gramineae. They are the tall grasses with succulent stems, flowers in panicles and each glume containing two flowers, and are found in the tropical parts of Asia and other warm regions. Indian Millet is one of the chief species of the genus.
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sorghum

Any of a group of cereal grasses native to Africa but cultivated widely in India, China, the USA, and southern Europe. The seeds are used for making bread. Durra is a member of the genus. (Genus Sorghum.) Around 58 million tonnes of sorghum are grown worldwide on 44 million hectare...
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Sorghum

[disambiguation] Sorghum is a cultivated cereal, the species Sorghum bicolor. Camp Sorghum was a Confederate States Army prisoner of war camp in Columbia, South Carolina during the American Civil War. ...
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