Hegari is a tall forage sorghum that produces a large head of white colored grain. It works well in combination with other warm season plants or when planted alone. The stalks tend to break over as the fall progresses making the grain available for a variety of wildlife including ground feeding birds such as dove, quail, and pheasant. Also attracts deer, turkey and waterfowl. Hegari is drought hardy and will grow in a wide range of soil types.
Planting Dates: Mid May through June
Planting Rate: 5 - 7 lbs/acre
Available in 50 lb bag