sugar cane


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sugar cane

a coarse perennial grass, Saccharum officinarum, of Old World tropical regions, having tall stout canes that yield sugar: widely cultivated in tropical regions
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Another 54 union councils have also been selected and each UC would get one sugar cane ridger.
ISLAMABAD -- Supreme Court (SC) has admitted for hearing appeal pleas filed by sugar mills owners against Sindh High Court (SHC) decision in respect of enhancement in the price of sugar canes.
A further 27 secondary industries rely on sugar cane, one of the most famous industries include molasses, wood pulp, wax and fertilisers.
The product covered by this investigation is sugar derived from sugar cane or sugar beets.
2002), sugar cane has some nutritional limitations, including a low content of crude protein and high concentration of low digestible fiber (Pinto et al.
Generating power from sugar cane fibre and wild shrubs is at the heart of the link between Havana Energy, chaired by Wilson, and the Cuban government.
Cooperative President and CEO Antonio Contreras said more than 10 new production performance records were set this season, including the highest tonnage of sugar cane hauled and processed in a day, and the highest overall recovery of sugar from the cane, the Post reported.
Toyota Motor Corporation (NYSE: TM) (LSE: TYT) (TYO: 7203), a Japan-based automaker, is using a newly developed bio-plastic, made from sugar cane, in the production of car interiors.
Under the terms of the agreement, Mitsui would become a 50% equity interest partner in Dow's sugar cane growing operation in SantaVitoria, Minas Gerais, Brazil.
Brazil's government unveiled new financing and other incentives for sugar cane ethanol production, vowing to work closely with the private sector to boost production in an industry that has struggled recently despite its immense promise.
B) and Cosan today launched a multi-billion dollar joint venture that will become a leading producer of the low-carbon biofuel, ethanol made from sugar cane.
Sugar cane occupies less than 2% of Brazilian arable land, yet it supplies 50% of Brazilian ethanol for car fuel.