With usage as hay, silage, pasture, or green chop, Sorghum-sudangrass has very high yield potential under adequate rainfall or irrigation. Yields are highly dependent on the timing and distribution of moisture throughout the growing season. Spring vs. summer planting will also affect the results of sorghum-sudangrass plantings with spring seedings resulting in higher production. In areas with hotter temperatures, sorghum-sudangrass will typically outperform corn plantings.
Sorghum-Sudangrass is not a perennial.
All information provided is the result of research, our own experience, or the experiences shared by our customers.
We strongly encourage consulting additional resources before planting to ensure the best fit for your location and needs.