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Row spacing for Sorgham Milo

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Dave in Mo

03-29-2001 10:17:28

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Anybody have recomendations for this crop? I've just bought plates for my 2 row JD planter and was debating on the spacing. Should plant about 6-8 lbs per acre but I'm concerned about cultivating since we use no herbicides.

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Candace L.

01-23-2003 17:41:13

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 Re: Row spacing for Sorgham Milo in reply to Dave in Mo, 03-29-2001 10:17:28  
Can anyone tell me the whole process for planting and making Sorgham? Please reply to my e-mail address at webbedtoes01@hotmail.com.



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03-30-2001 07:44:57

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 Re: Row spacing for Sorgham Milo in reply to Dave in Mo, 03-29-2001 10:17:28  
Hey Dave 6-8 lbs is about right for rows 30-38" I plant about 10 lbs when I drill on 10" and I still think I am a little heavy.

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03-29-2001 20:06:03

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 Re: Row spacing for Sorgham Milo in reply to Dave in Mo, 03-29-2001 10:17:28  
The one guy that grows sorghum in my immediate area uses it for silage, and he plants in 30" rows. However, he's probably putting on about 10 lbs per acre. He doesn't spray, and does cultivate. This is 7' tall sorghum, so it eventually shades out weeds. Milo is shorter, I think, so 30" rows may not shade out persistent weeds as well.

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