About Proso Millet

Wide range of small-seeded cereals are available in the world and Millet is a general term used to categorize them. Proso millet takes anywhere from 60 to 100 days after planting to usually produce seed. Proso millet is a warm-season grass.

Proso Millet has relatively short growing season. Proso Millet has low moisture requirement. Proso millet is capable of producing food or feed where other grain crops would fail. Prices can vary dramatically from season to season but historically prices have been higher than corn or sorghum.

Proso Millet History

Proso Millet has a history at least as far as 2000 B.C. In the 17th century Proso millet was introduced to Canada. Proso Millet found in Neolithic sites in Georgia during fifth and fourth millennia BC.

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