Sorghum drummondii

Sorghum x drummondii (Nees ex Steud.) Millp. & Chase

Languages: English

Ecology and Distribution

Global Distribution

Cultivated in the Old World tropics, also arising spontaneously wherever the parents grow together.

Habitat

Cultivated for fodder (Sudan Grass).

Taxonomy

  • Andropogon drummondii Nees ex Steud. Andropogon sorghum (L.) Brot. var. sudanense Piper (synonym)
  • Sorghum sudanense (Piper) Stapf (synonym)

References

F.N., Hepper., & I. Friis. (1994).  The Plants of Pehr Forsskal's "Flora Ageyptiaco-Arabica". Kew: Kew Publishing..
L., Boulos. (Submitted).  Flora of Egypt. Cairo: Al Hadara Publishing..
V., Täckholm. (1974).  Students’ Flora of Egypt, 2nd Ed. Cairo: Cairo University Press..
V., Täckholm., & M. Drar. (Submitted).  Flora of Egypt. Bulletin of the Faculty of Science. Cairo: Cairo University Press..