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Grain sorghum

Grain sorghum (Sorghum vulgare), plant of the grass family (Gramineae) producing clusters of small starchy seeds. It is used widely for livestock feed; in Asia and Africa, it is ground into flour for making bread and cereal. The plant is native to Africa, but is grown widely in the United States today. It grows about 2 to 6 ft (61 to 183 cm) tall.

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