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PLANTING: After soil has warmed up to 65F, you can till soil for broomcorn. Enrich soil with compost or fertilizer.
Place seeds 1″ deep, 2-3″ apart in a row spacing of 30-36″. HARVEST: After seed head has formed and seeds
are hard, cut off head. Leave a long stem on them to hang them upside down in a dry, cool place to finish drying.
Remove seeds before making a broom. Heads may also be used in fall decorations. Seeds also make an
excellent bird food. 120 days.