Sugar Cane Farming Articles

  • Fenton's treatment of actual agriculture runoff water containing herbicides

    This research was to study the efficiency of the Fenton's treatment process for the removal of three herbicides, namely 2,4-dichlorophenoxy acetic acid (2,4-D), ametryn and dicamba from the sugarcane field runoff water. The treatment process was designed with the Taguchi approach by varying the four factors such as H2O2/COD (1–3.5), H2O2/Fe2+ (5–50), pH ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • Revolution through fresh sugar cane juice centers

    This is quite common street business found everywhere in India. Sugarcane juice vendors extract sugarcane juice in presence of customers and serve the glasses of fresh juice to the people. Mostly this business is on the street, very rarely in shops. Small sugarcane crushers are mostly driven by 1 hp motor where repeated crushing is done many times to extract enough juice. Hand ...


    By AADHUNIK GLOBAL ENERGY

  • Development of a regionally sensitive water‐productivity indicator to identify sustainable practices for sugarcane growers

    Standards that credibly and effectively certify sustainable commodity production are important to both producers and consumers. Agriculture is the dominant user of water worldwide, so water sustainability in agriculture is an area of particular interest. In conjunction with Bonsucro, a sustainability standard setting body for the sugarcane sector, an indicator was developed to ensure that ...


    By John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.

  • Plene - increasing yields case study

    PLENE is an innovative yield-increasing technology for sugar cane, due to be launched in 2011. PLENE sugar cane segments are treated with seed care applications to protect them in early growth stages. Planting is faster and easier than conventional methods. This will reduce the costs of sugar cane planting by 15 percent per hectare. Our development team is working with leading agricultural ...


    By Syngenta

  • A new and multi-functional variety of sugar cane adapted to Spanish conditions

    A drought-resistant variety with 30% more fibre Al Costa, head of the Alkol consultancy, champions the return of sugar-cane growing to Spain as it is a highly versatile raw material for bioenergy and ideal conditions for it exist in many regions of the country. A drought-resistant variety with more fibre More than 80% of the area planted in Spain is taken ...

  • Simulation of soil carbon dynamics under sugarcane with the CENTURY model

    Currently there is a trend for the expansion of the area cropped with sugarcane (Saccharum officinarum L.), driven by an increase in the world demand for biofuels, due to economical, environmental, and geopolitical issues. Although sugarcane is traditionally harvested by burning dried leaves and tops, the unburned, mechanized harvest has been progressively adopted. The use of process based models ...

  • Biodegradation of water hyacinth, sugarcane bagasse and rice husk through vermicomposting

    Water hyacinth, sugarcane bagasse and rice husk are major bio-organic wastes causing severe environmental problems. For their biodegradation, Eisenia fetida was used as a vermicomposting worm in outdoor open field conditions. The above wastes were mixed separately with fresh cow dung in the ratio 1 : 5 (by weight). The mixtures were vermicomposted for 90 days in pits of size 2 × 0.5 × 0.6 m (l × ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Composting on Maui hits its stride

    The Hawaiian island of Maui - a vacation destination for more than 2.2 million people each year - has a year-round growing season that yields a massive stream of green waste from nonstop cutting, trimming and pruning. For years, the resultant trimmings were simply landfilled along with the 500 tons/day of trash. One company, however, decided to turn that tide and has been aggressively taking in ...


    By BioCycle Magazine

  • Composting on Maui hits its stride

    THE Hawaiian island of Maui - a vacation destination for more than 2.2 million people each year - has a year-round growing season that yields a massive stream of green waste from nonstop cutting, trimming and pruning. For years, the resultant trimmings were simply landfilled along with the 500 tons/day of trash. One company, however, decided to turn that tide and has been aggressively taking in ...


    By Morbark, LLC

  • Organic carbon and pesticide pollution in a tropical coastal lagoon-estuarine system in Northwest Mexico

    The Altata-Ensenada del Pabellon system (~360 km²) comprises three inland lagoons, a coastal lagoon, and a bay. Inland is an important irrigation district (~330,000 ha). Agricultural drains and two sugar cane mills wastewaters are discharged into the system. Particulate organic carbon in water varied from 0.5 to 6.1 mg C/l. Organic carbon mean concentration (mg C/g dw) in sediments was 22.6 in ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Perception of environmental impacts in relation to land use

    This paper provides an overview of environmental impacts resulting from land use on a teacher's environmental perception of three surrounding municipalities of a natural conservation area, situated in the northeastern region of Sao Paulo State, Brazil. The most significant environmental impacts and risks resulting from land use are those resulting from deforestation for sugar cane monoculture. ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

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