Japanese Millet has coarse leaves and can vary from 1 to 5 feet in height depending on available moisture and fertility. It should be planted in pure stands as a field crop. As an erosion control plant it is used as a quick growing companion crop with perennial grasses and legumes and is especially suited to wet sites.
- Also known as Duck Millet
- Well suited for areas with wet conditions.
- Matures in 45-50 days
- Planting depth: 1/4"
- Seed Count: 155,000 seeds per lb
- Longevity: Annual