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#6453461 - 09/15/16 12:20 PM Sorghum
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It's looking good. Will be even better when we flood it and get some ducks on it.


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#6453516 - 09/15/16 12:55 PM Re: Sorghum [Re: FowlDreams]
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Thats what I need to plant where do you get your at

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#6453715 - 09/15/16 03:07 PM Re: Sorghum [Re: sallysue]
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Originally Posted By: sallysue
Thats what I need to plant where do you get your at


He goes to the "getting place" lizard
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#6453779 - 09/15/16 03:44 PM Re: Sorghum [Re: sallysue]
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Originally Posted By: sallysue
Thats what I need to plant where do you get your at


Not sure. I didn't buy it.
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#6453795 - 09/15/16 03:53 PM Re: Sorghum [Re: FowlDreams]
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I don't mind admitting . . I'm pretty much AG stupid.
Is milo the same as or related to Sorghum ? Looks a little different than I remember.

Some of the best duck hunts I have ever had were on my knees in between rows of flooded milo.
Couldn't keep duck away from it if there had been 100 hunters.

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#6453804 - 09/15/16 04:05 PM Re: Sorghum [Re: FowlDreams]
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Well if it just milo no problem I use it for catfishing after it gets soured

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#6454815 - 09/16/16 11:13 AM Re: Sorghum [Re: FowlDreams]
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I'm not farmer, but my understanding is that Sorghum and Milo are the same thing.
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#6454825 - 09/16/16 11:21 AM Re: Sorghum [Re: FowlDreams]
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Sorghum/ milo is the same thing. It's looking good but it's going to be a while before the heads are ripe. We hunt a 600 acre field of it during dove season. Some years are wildwest shoots and others not so good. It depends on what mother nature grew around us.
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