. [Catalog] : spring 1956. Nurseries (Horticulture) North Carolina Raleigh Catalogs; Nursery stock North Carolina Raleigh Catalogs; Seeds North Carolina Raleigh Catalogs; Bulbs (Plants) North Carolina Raleigh Catalogs; Vegetables North Carolina Raleigh Catalogs; Gardening Nort. SORGHUM—M/UET for grain and foliage F73 Sudan Grass (Absolutely free of Johnson grass.) A quick growing heavy yielding summer hay crop well liked by stock. Strongly drought-resistant. Sow it after the ground becomes thoroughly warm, either broadcast or in rows two feet apart. Sudan grass may be profitably grown with cow

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. [Catalog] : spring 1956. Nurseries (Horticulture) North Carolina Raleigh Catalogs; Nursery stock North Carolina Raleigh Catalogs; Seeds North Carolina Raleigh Catalogs; Bulbs (Plants) North Carolina Raleigh Catalogs; Vegetables North Carolina Raleigh Catalogs; Gardening Nort. SORGHUM—M/UET for grain and foliage F73 Sudan Grass (Absolutely free of Johnson grass.) A quick growing heavy yielding summer hay crop well liked by stock. Strongly drought-resistant. Sow it after the ground becomes thoroughly warm, either broadcast or in rows two feet apart. Sudan grass may be profitably grown with cow
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. [Catalog] : spring 1956. Nurseries (Horticulture) North Carolina Raleigh Catalogs; Nursery stock North Carolina Raleigh Catalogs; Seeds North Carolina Raleigh Catalogs; Bulbs (Plants) North Carolina Raleigh Catalogs; Vegetables North Carolina Raleigh Catalogs; Gardening Nort. SORGHUM—M/UET for grain and foliage F73 Sudan Grass (Absolutely free of Johnson grass.) A quick growing heavy yielding summer hay crop well liked by stock. Strongly drought-resistant. Sow it after the ground becomes thoroughly warm, either broadcast or in rows two feet apart. Sudan grass may be profitably grown with cowpeas and soybeans. Almost any soil, from heavy clay to light sand, will grow Sudan grass. Sow 10 lbs. to the acre in 2-foot rows; 25 lbs. broad- cast. Prices: lb. 55c; 2-9 lbs. 37c lb.; 10-24 lbs. 24c lb., postpaid. Not prepaid, 10-24 lbs. 17c lb.; 25-99 lbs. 14c lb.; 100 lbs. or more 12c lb. F75 ^WPPf SllHnn ^ broad leaved, disease resistant jweer JUUan g^eeter and more palatable to stock. Sudan similar to Tift but much In experimental plantings where all three Sudans are planted, cattle keep the Sweet Sudan grazed to the ground and graze the others only when there is none of the Sweet Sudan to graze. An outstanding summer temporary grazing and hay crop. Plant and handle as other Sudans. Prices: lb. 55c; 2-9 lbs. 37c lb.; 10-24 lbs. 24c lb., postpaid. Not prepaid, 10-24 lbs. 17c lb.; 25-99 lbs. 14c lb.; 100 lbs. or more 12c lb. SYRUP AND FORAGE SORGHUMS CULTURE: Plant when the ground becomes thoroughly warm, about two weeks after corn planting, on a rich, well drained clay loam, in rows SVa to 4 feet apart, and cultivate as you would com. After the flowering stage is passed, but not earlier, it may be pastured or cut for fodder. Sorghum may be grown with cowpeas and soybeans either in rows or broadcast. Sown alone, 50 lbs. per acre. In rows 6 to 8 lbs. per acre. Protect Your Permanent Pasture by Supplementary Grazing. F193 Early Orange Taller and heavier stalks than the Am-

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