Recent investigations on sugar-cane and sugar-cane soils in Trinidad ...

by P. E. Turner

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The tremendous strides made in recent years in the knowledge of how to improve the growing of sugar cane, form the subject of this treatise.

Cane growing is not a science. As the results of research replace tradition and guesswork, yields are expected to continue to rise. The book opens with a chapter on the factors that affect sugar cane Edition: 1.

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Sugar cane was by far the most important crop, occupying about 52 per cent of the cultivated area and accounting for almost 42 per cent of the value of agricultural production.

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Sugarcane is grown in many of the Caribbean countries and in large quantities in Barbados, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Guyana, Haiti, Jamaica, Puerto Rico, St. Kitts-Nevis Author: Juan A. Bonnet, Wallace C. Koehler. Abstract: The Great Western Sugar Company, incorporated on Februwas the dominant producer of Colorado, Wyoming and Nebraska beet sugar for over sixty years.

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1 Plant Growth-Promoting Rhizobacteria (PGPR) and Medicinal Plants: The 3 Studies based on molecular techniques have estimated about 4, microbial species per gram of soil sample (Montesinos ). One of the most important communities in rhizosphere microbiota is filamentous actinomycetes (Benizri et al.

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The sugar cane acreage for seed and milling in was approximatelyacres (, hectare) (2). This is an increase of approximately 9% over the acreage reported during The crop, like the crop, was subjected to unusually severe freezing temperatures which ranged from °F and which resulted in poor stubbling.

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All instructor resources (*see Exceptions) are now available on our Instructor instructor credentials will not grant access to the Hub, but existing and new users may request access student resources previously. The rich soil of this section, furnished as it is with water throughout the year, produces a marvelous yield of sugar cane, potatoes, tomatoes, peppers, egg plants and other vegetables, affording an inexhaustible supply during the winter to the capital, forty miles north.

the acid sugar-cane soils of Mauritius developed over basalt. Harmful factors. Toxicity due to aluminum and iron and to man-ganese may readily be eliminated by liming and by applying phosphatic fertilizers that form insoluble phosphates with the toxic ions.

Liming may fail. The laboratory in Trinidad surveyed the yield of wax from sugar cane from across the British West Indies and found that Barbados cane had the highest wax content.

Bya factory had been established in Barbados producing sugar cane wax that received government support under the Pioneer Industries Legislation of Barbados, which gave tax Author: Sabine Clarke.

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Title: The effect of soil type and soil moisture content on growth of sugar-cane in te east coast area of Demerara In: Tropical Agriculture, vol, No.3, July,pp Notes: Subject: Sugarcane, Guyana; Soil moisture.

the desert world. from the french of arthur mangin. edited and enlarged by the translator of “the bird, by michelet.” ——— with illustrations by w. freeman, foulquier, and yan dargent. In recent years another type of sugar-cane disease--virus--has assumed considerableimportance. If virus is nothing more than a condition caused by imperfectly synthesizedprotein, aggravated by the use of artificials like sulphate of ammonia in place ofhumus, it would follow that a drastic alteration in manuring might remove the viruscondition.

Since the sugar cane biomass always produces about 19 or 20 gallons of ethanol from one ton of cane when fermented and in view of the difficulties I have outlined above we should be phasing sugar out as we are phasing in something more suited to our climate and geological location. An isotopic signature (also isotopic fingerprint) is a ratio of non-radiogenic 'stable isotopes', stable radiogenic isotopes, or unstable radioactive isotopes of particular elements in an investigated material.

The ratios of isotopes in a sample material are measured by isotope-ratio mass spectrometry against an isotopic reference process is called isotope analysis.The methods adopted in growing sugar-cane on the black cotton soils at Indore were a copy of those devised by the late Mr.

George Clarke, C.I.E., at the Shahjahanpur Experiment Station and described in detail in Chapter XIV of An Agricultural Testament.Chapter 2 - Behavior of Plant Pathogenic Bacteria in Rhizosphere and Non-Rhizosphere Soils Author links open overlay panel M.N. SCHROTH S.V. THOMSON A.R.

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