Less familiar are the grains of warmer climates—rice, maize, millet and sorgho, or the sugar-cane.
As to the remunerative value of the sorgho, it is more than 230 per cent.
The question is settled that imphee and sorgho will make good sugar in abundance.
The sorgho requires about five months to attain its full ripeness, when it is usually of a pale-yellow colour, streaked with red.
At this Escuela normal we likewise found the sorgho, or Chinese sugar-cane, in course of cultivation with great success.
We were shown samples of refined sugar, extracted from the sorgho, which promised the best results.