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Rate of deterioration of sugar content of some P.O.J. sugarcane varieties in Louisiana
George B. Sartoris
|Statement||by G.B. Sartoris|
|Series||Circular / United States Department of Agriculture -- no. 97, Circular (United States. Dept. of Agriculture) -- no. 97.|
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|Pagination||26 p. ;|
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This paper describes the influence of variety, agro-climatic conditions, alkalinity/salinity, seed cane quality, summer/late planting and proper varietal balance on cane yield, and of genetic sugar potential, environment, flowering and soil on sugar recovery. The important agronomical practices that determine cane yield (planting time, seed rate, seed and soil treatment, integrated weed Cited by: 2. SOILS, PLANT GROWTH AND CROP PRODUCTION – - Growth and Production of Sugarcane - Willy Verheye ©Encyclopedia of Life Support Systems (EOLSS) industry varies between production areas. In Louisiana individual owners produce cane for the local mills, and farms range from to ha in size. In Florida, most of theFile Size: KB.
Sugarcane, (Saccharum officinarum), perennial grass of the family Poaceae, primarily cultivated for its juice from which sugar is processed. Most of the world’s sugarcane is grown in subtropical and tropical areas. The plant is also grown for biofuel production, especially in Brazil, as the canes. the division of sugar plant investigations of the Bureau, and has headquarters at Beltsville, Md, Sugar beet curly top. Sugarcane and Its Diseases E. V, Abbott Sugarcane is native to or is grown in some 50 countries or political units within approximately 40° north lati- tude to 32° south. It is an important crop for thousands of small farmers.
Sugarcane, Saccharum officinarum, is a perennial grass in the family Poaceae grown for its stem (cane) which is primarily used to produce ane has a thick, tillering stem which is clearly divided into nodes and internodes. The leaves of the plant grow from the nodes of the stem, arranged in two rows on either side of the stem. The purpose of sugarcane breeding is to produce new hybrid varieties that will be immune, or resistant, to diseases and insect pests and will increase the production of sugar per unit area, yielding canes of higher sugar content and better fabrication qualities. Many of the original noble canes were susceptible to some serious diseases, but their hybridization with wild canes has improved.
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Rate of deterioration of sugar content of some P.O.J. sugarcane varieties in Louisiana / (Washington, D.C.: U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, ), by George B. Sartoris (page images at HathiTrust) Variety tests of sugarcanes in Louisiana during the crop year / (Washington, D.C.: U.S.
Dept. of Agriculture, ), by George Arceneaux (page. In accordance to this, post-harvest sucrose losses are common and a crucial problem of sucrose deterioration after harvest in canes.
Several factors are responsible for these losses in sugarcane. Sugarcane, used as raw material for the manufacture of white sugar is one of the highly perishable commodity. The loss of commercial product-Sucrose, after harvest takes place immediately which tends to increase further due to high ambient temperature, pre-harvest burning, kill-to-mill delays and microbial infestations.
This post harvest losses in recoverable sugar is triggered off by Cited by: Harvesting Management: Harvesting of sugarcane at a proper time i.e., peak maturity, by adopting right technique is necessary to realize maximum weight of the millable canes (thus sugar) produced with least possible field losses under the given growing environment.
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Sugarcane is a perishable commodity and must be processed into sugar quickly after it is harvested. Post harvest sucrose losses have been reported from many cane producing countries and linked with low sugar recovery and several problems during sugar processing.
Bio deterioration is associated with the inordinate delays between harvest to milling of sugarcane and aggravated by Cited by: Classification of Sugarcane Varieties Sugarcane is considered to be mature and ready for harvesting if it attains over 16% sucrose and 85% purity of cane juice.
The varieties, which attain such level at 12, 14 and 16 months age, if planted in December/January are broadly classified as. VARIETY PHIL PARENTAGE Phil x Phil GROWTH HABIT Good germinator, fast. The sugarcane variety for juice should give high in juice extraction and have high sugar content.
Some of the varieties which are ideally suited for bottling of juice are CoCCoCoCo and Co The canes should be cleaned free of roots at the nodes and adhering soil particles.
Approximately 10% of the sugar cane can be processed to commercial sugar, using approximately 20 cubic meters of water per metric ton of cane processed.
Sugar cane contains 70% water, 14% fiber, % saccharose (about 10–15% sucrose), and % soluble impurities. In Florida, Hawaii, and Louisiana-USA, varieties of sugarcane have been bred for tolerance of mild chilling (Tai and Miller ; Eggleston et al.
Sugarcane varieties have also been bred. and Heathcock ). Common table sugar (sucrose) is a disaccharide composed of the monosaccharides fructose and glucose. Its chemical formula, C12H22O11, is represented in Figure Because molecules of sucrose in “sugar” are identical, the source of the sugar — sugarcane or sugar beets — is irrelevant to the food industry.
The indicated sugar losses ranged from to over 71 pounds of sugar per ton of cane when not corrected for the extraction differences indicated in the table.
TABLE 1.—Effect of borer and red rot injury on the quantity and quality of crusher juice from 4 varieties of sugarcane, United States Sugar Plant Field Station, Houma, La., Variety.
Abbott Methods of Testing Sugarcane Varieties for Disea - ( MB) Alexander Chromosome Eliminationen en Bloc in Saccharum - ( MB) Alexander In Vitro Effects of Diuron upon Enzymes Catal - ( MB) Alexander The Biosynthesis of Starch in Sugar Cane - ( MB) Ali Yield Response of Sugar Cane to Different Rates of - ( MB).
The main varieties of sugarcane grown commercially in the Florida Everglades are P.O.J. ,M, S.C.C.P.Co. and Co. Since P.O.J. occupies by far the greatest acreage of any variety at present, its behavior subsequent to freezing weather early in. SUGARCANE YIELD AND QUALITY AS INFLUENCED BY NITROGEN RATES AND IRRIGATION FREQUENCY M.S.
Yahaya; A.M. Falaki; E.B. Amansand L D. Busari Abstract The influence of nitrogen fertilizer and irrigation on the yield and quality of sugarcane was investigated at the National Cereals Research Institute Badeggi in and seasons.John M. Manners, in Advances in Botanical Research, Abstract.
Sugarcane is an established source of sugar and is the current benchmark first-generation feedstock for efficient biofuel production. Sugarcane improvement has traditionally focused on sucrose-yield traits. In the future, energycanes with higher yields of fermentable sugars and fibre (bagasse) for biofuel and electricity.Keywords: Sugar industry, Sugar cane juice.
Sugar losses, Sugar manufacturing. 1. Introduction 1India is known as the true home of sugar and sugarcane. Indian mythology supports the above written facts as it contains legends showing the origin of sugarcane. India is the second largest producer of : Chetan Sharma, Vikas Kumar.