Babala

Open Pollinated Variety

Babala is a tall erect, annual grass that grows 2 meters to 4 meters in height. The stems are pithy while the leaves are long-pointed. Tillers are formed freely at the base of the plant.

It is important to not that pearl millet is NOT A FORAGE SORGHUM.

Babala has a sowing time between October and January and should be sown only after all danger of frost is past, in warm soils, preferably above 18 degrees Centigrade, for best germination. Babala likes hot conditions to grow in.