If I hadn’t lost the packet, I’d know more about the provenance of this grain sorghum. I know they’re not GMO or hybrid because I only buy open pollinated heritage seeds, but beyond that, well. Once established it provides regular harvests of grain heads. Heavy feeder, so provide lots of nitrogen (we plant it in rabbit manure). Stalks grow to 7 feet tall or more. Use for flour, popping, or treats for herbivores.
Plant shallowly in warm soil after all danger of frost has passed. Water regularly until well established. Cut seed heads when they’re red-brown and wait for the next set.