Varieties of Sorghum
This hardy cousin of the sugar-cane is tolerably familiar in many regions of the United States. It grows far to the North, and may be cultivated like corn. Its juices differ in chemical composition from those of the sugar-cane, and its product is not susceptible of refinement; but it makes an excellent syrup.
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