White Sorghum is a genus of flowering plants in the grass family Poaceae. Seventeen of the twenty-five species are native to Australia, with the range of some extending to Africa, Asia, Mesoamerica, and certain islands in the Indian and Pacific Oceans.One species is grown for grain, while many others are used as fodder plants, either intentionally cultivated or allowed to grow naturally, in pasture lands. The plants are cultivated in warm climates worldwide and naturalized in many places.
White Sorghum is efficient in converting solar energy to chemical energy, and also uses less water compared to other grain crops. Biofuel, using sweet sorghum as a high sugar content from its stalk for ethanol production, is being developed with biomass which can be turned into Charcoal, Syngas and Bio-oil. In a 100 gram amount, raw sorghum provides 329 Calories, 72% Carbohydrates, 4% Fat and 11% Protein Sorghum supplies numerous essential nutrients in rich content including Protein, Fiber, Vitamin B, Niacin, Thiamin and Vitamin B6 and several dietary minerals.