2 edition of Sugarcane and its diseases. found in the catalog.
Sugarcane and its diseases.
Claude Wilbur Edgerton
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For many centuries sugarcane has been cultivated and developed, and we now have a huge range of crop varieties. Based on Blackburn's highly successful Sugarcane, originally published in , this new edition has been fully revised and From enhancing the flavour of food to providing a substrate for fermentation, sugar is renowned worldwide for /5(3). Preparation of reinforced compost from sugarcane trash and pressmud: Spread the sugarcane trash to a thickness of 15 cm over an area of 7 m x 3 m. Then apply pressmud over this trash to a thickness of 5 cm. Sprinkle the fertilizer mixture containing mussoorie rock phosphate, gypsum and urea in the ratio of over these layers at the rate of.
Sugarcane juice is the liquid extracted from pressed is consumed as a beverage in many places, especially where sugarcane is commercially grown, such as Southeast Asia, the Indian Subcontinent, North Africa, and Latin America.. In the United States where processed sugarcane syrup is used as a sweetener in food and beverage manufacturing, "evaporated . Major diseases affecting sugarcane production in Australia and recent experiences with sugarcane diseases in quarantine. In: Sugarcane germplasm conservation and exchange: report of an international workshop held in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia, June , 67 [ed. by Croft BJ, Piggin CM, Wallis ES, Hogarth DM].
book, Sugarcane and Its Diseases, published by LSU Press in , was the first comprehensive treatise on this subject. Antonios G. Plakidas () discovered that the widespread degeneration disease of strawberries was viral in nature. In , he published a bulletin entitled Diseases of Some Vegetable and Fruit Crops and their Control. Sugar cane is the source of sugar in all tropical and subtropical countries of the world. Estimates for and indicate world production of cane sugar was between 40 and 41 million tons. Production in the United States, excluding Puerto Rico, averaged 2,, tons during those years - from , acres of cane in Hawaii, Florida and.
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This informative and unique book is broken down into the following chapters: (1) History of Sugarcane and Sugar Production (2) The Sugarcane Plant: Vegetative Structures (3) Growth and Responses of the Sugarcane plant (4) Inflorescence and Flowering (5) Classification (6) Sugarcane Breeding (7) Sugarcane Varieties (8) Sugarcane Diseases: General (9) Rots Author: Claude W.
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An extensive volume of Sugarcane Diseases and their World Distribution (Vol. I) was published by Elsevier under the auspices of the International Society of Sugar Cane Technologists in The present volume was intended to be a new edition of the book, but so many changes were required that a new book was needed.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Edgerton, C.W. (Claude Wilbur), b. Sugarcane and its diseases. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, © Sugarcane and its diseases Unknown Binding – by C.
W Edgerton (Author) See all 3 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" — — $ Author: C. W Edgerton. Recent studies on biocontrol of sugarcane diseases have revealed scope for its application in the field to manage these diseases and T.
harzianum as a bridge species to identify pathogenicity Author: Rasappa Viswanathan. On an average, sugarcane suffers about 20% and 19% yield losses for insect pests and diseases, respectively (SPS, ; Srikanth et al., ).
But, cane losses due to Author: Srikanth J. Thus, sugarcane research to improve sustainable production worldwide is a vital task of the scientific community, to address the increasing demands and needs for their products, especially biofuels.
In this context, this book covers the most recent research areas related to sugarcane production and its applications. Sugarcane, or sugar cane are several species and hybrids of tall perennial grasses in the genus Saccharum, tribe Andropogoneae, that are used for sugar plants are two to six metres (six to twenty feet) tall with stout, jointed, fibrous stalks that are rich in sucrose, which accumulates in the stalk anes belong to the grass family Poaceae, an.
Abstract. Sugarcane mosaic caused by sugarcane mosaic virus (SCMV) is a serious problem in India’s sugarcane production. SCMV was first reported in India from Pusa during in sugarcane variety D, and now it has been reported in every sugarcane-growing areas across India due to its perpetuation through vegetative cuttings and regarded it as a Author: N.
Raja Kumar, K. Vijay Krishna Kumar, B. Ravindra Reddy. The sheath, as its name implies, completely sheaths the stalk, extending over at least one complete internode.
The leaves are usually attached alternately to the nodes, thus forming two ranks on opposite sides. The mature sugarcane plant has an average total upper leaf surface of about square meter and theFile Size: 3MB. Based on Blackburn's highly successful Sugarcane, originally published inthis new edition has been fully revised and expanded by an international team of widely respected sugarcane specialists.
Focussing on the agricultural aspects of the crop, this book follows a logical progression from the botany and breeding through to planning. This book analyzes the significance, applications, achievements, and future avenues of biofuels and bioenergy production from sugarcane, in top cane growing countries around the globe.
It also evaluates the barriers and areas of improvement to meet the world’s energy needs. Non-Communicable Diseases and Injuries of Animals - (LL) Other Invertebrate Culture (Not Aquaculture) - (LL) Parasites, Vectors, Pathogens and Biogenic Diseases of Animals - (LL) Pets and Companion Animals - (LL)Cited by: Sugarcane and its diseases.
Author(s): Edgerton, C. Book: Sugarcane and its diseases. pp.x + pp. Abstract: This textbook is a revision of Cited by: Sugarcane: Agricultural Production, Bioenergy and Ethanol.
explores this vital source for "green" biofuel from the breeding and care of the plant all the way through to its effective and efficient transformation into bioenergy.
The book explores sugarcane's 40 year history as a fuel for cars, along with its impressive leaps in production and productivity that. The book explores sugarcane's 40 year history as a fuel for cars, along with its impressive leaps in production and productivity that have created a robust global market.
In addition, new prospects for the future are discussed as promising applications in agroenergy, whether for biofuels or bioelectricity, or for bagasse pellets as an. 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.
SOILS, PLANT GROWTH AND CROP PRODUCTION – - Growth and Production of Sugarcane - Willy Verheye ©Encyclopedia of Life Support Systems (EOLSS) where it is still given prominence in the folklore of many of its peoples. officinarum is only suited to tropical conditions and requires a favorable soil and climate to perform Size: KB.
Sugarcane diseases 1. Sugar Crop diseases Syed Zahid Hasan 2. Red rot of sugarcane CO: Colletotrichum falcatum Red rot is one of the oldest known diseases of sugarcane It occurs in most cane-growing countries Complete loss to cane production in case of severe epidemic condition It continues to be a threat in certain subtropical countries.
farming communities. Sugarcane is one of the multi-product main cash crop of India, and its use for sugar and renewable energy (production of ethanol), the task has become more challenging than ever before to cope-up the demand of adequate sugarcane production in spite of the shrinking available natural Size: 2MB.His book, Sugarcane and Its Diseases, published by LSU Press inwas the first comprehensive treatise on this subject.
Antonios G. Plakidas () discovered that the widespread degeneration disease of strawberries was viral in nature. Based on Blackburn's highly successful Sugarcane, originally published inthis new edition has been fully revised and expanded by an international team of widely respected sugarcane specialists.
Focussing on the agricultural aspects of the crop, this book follows a logical progression from the botany and breeding through to planning Price: $