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A variety of Japanese Millet

Japanese Millet is grown pricipally as a forage grass. Japenese Millet is noted for having the most rapid growth of all millets. It is grown as a late-season green feed in temperate climates. It produces ripe grain 45 days after seeding. Japanese Millet makes best growth on good soils; it is not subject to major fungal diseases. 

It is generally an erect tall plant at 2-5ft tall with a panicle inflorescene made up of 5-15 sessile erect branches. The seeds are slightly longer than wide. 

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A variety of Japanese Millet

Japanese Millet is grown pricipally as a forage grass. Japenese Millet is noted for having the most rapid growth of all millets. It is grown as a late-season green feed in temperate climates. It produces ripe grain 45 days after seeding. Japanese Millet makes best growth on good soils; it is not subject to major fungal diseases. 

It is generally an erect tall plant at 2-5ft tall with a panicle inflorescene made up of 5-15 sessile erect branches. The seeds are slightly longer than wide.