An old time heirloom cane sorghum from Jamesport, MO. Grown for a sorghum mill by a Mennonite these red hulled, very thick stalks are 7-9' tall.
Produces good yields and lots of grain. Can be cleaned easily by rubbing over a sieve.
Stalks are juiced and boiled to make a very sweet, light-colored syrup. The large seeds are also edible as a grain crop and taste a lot like lentils. They also pop well for use as a breakfast cereal.