AbstractExperiments were conducted to determine the influence of date of planting and maturity stages of sweet sorghum on yields as sugar per acre. A cyclical pattern of production was observed. Planting from January to July constituted the high yield season while from August to December constituted the low yielding one. Differences between yield at the milk, hard dough and dry stages of grain maturity were minimal. When comparing ratoon crop production with that of the plant crop, a marked yield decline was obtained.
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