Sorghum as green foliage is very popular in most parts Paksitan. In summer, under irrigated conditions, Rustam “Logn Jump” multicut sorghum is very popular. It does well under hot and dry climate. It requires well-drained soil and appears susceptible to water logging conditions. Though it can be grown in any type of soil but loam soils have proved to give more yield. The sowing is done in April and August for fodder and June and July for grains in Pakistan. When sown for fodder, the seed rate varies from 55-60 kg per hectare and for taking grains from 15-20 kg. It is generally sown mixed with legumes like cowpea and moth in a ratio 2:1. Mostly the sorghum seeds are broadcaster which are then mixed with the soil by various means such as by a cultivator or harrow. Finally the operation is completed by planking.