Grain sorghum has something to do with a sorghum grown for grain production, as distinct from sweet sorghum grown for the sugar content of its stem. Feedstock and ethanol production and two industries that used grain sorghum. The term is sometimes called 'milo".
Ref: 120868/2006-10-07

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Alternative Spellings (Synonyms): grains

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