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Journal of the Department of Agriculture, Western Australia, Series 4

Authors

James P. Fallon

Keywords

Sorghum bicolor, market garden, windbreak, Western Australia

First Page Number

123

Last Page Number

124

Abstract

WHEN we think of broom millet we usually regard it as a crop for growing either under flood irrigation or in summer moist swamps for the sole purpose of producing straw for brooms.

However, the particular characteristics of the broom millet plant make it adaptable for use in the market garden as an excellent windbreak and rotation crop.

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