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Re: sweet sorghum

There is also an article on sweet sorghum seed selection, cultivation,
harvest and processing in the December 1996 issue of SMALL FARM TODAY, page
39.  The article is "Part I," and notes that there is a second article on
making and marketing syrup in the following issue.

At 09:18 AM 3/27/97 -0500, you wrote:
>Sorry for the delay in responding.  Todd Williams of the Jourdan Bachman
>Pioneer Farm in Austin, Texas may be a useful contact for you.  As part of
>their historical interpretation of the 1880's, they grow heirloom sorghum
>varieties and get the public involved in the sorghum syrup making process.
>It is a very interesting program.  He may be reached at (512)837-1215 or
>at:  Jourdan Bachman Pioneer Farm
>     11418 Sprinkle Cut Off Road
>     Austin, TX 78754
>On Sun, 16 Mar 1997,  Phoenix rising  organic farm wrote:
>> Does anybody have information on how to make syrup from sweet sorghum.
>> When is it harvested and is there a way to crush the canes using  say
>> a home juicer.  I gather the juice is boiled to a syrup.
>> thanks
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