Sugarcane – a mystery of sweetness
Why is sugarcane so sweet? A deceptively simple question that is surprisingly difficult to answer. We can venture a couple of hypotheses explaining why this crop has become the world’s most abundant source of sugar – and it is foremost to do with photosynthetic evolution and human selection.
Trash farming – simple but effective!
It’s rich, it’s dark, it’s the most important thing in farming: healthy soil. At CaneCo we employ a modern, ...
B69566: The Dandy of our Sugar Cane Varieties
Last but not least here comes the dandy variety B69566 or as we call this cane - Purple Tallboy. ...
B 5992: The Stickler of our Sugar Cane Varieties
B 5992, also known in our fields as ‘Clean Ester’, is only grown in Guadeloupe and Martinique, the French ...
B77602: The Competitor of our Sugar Cane Varieties
Next in our series of articles about the cane varieties we grow we come to B77602 - the competitor ...
B63118: The Rebel of our Sugar Cane Varieties
In Grenada the tenure of B63118 came to an end after the collapse of the sugar industry on the ...
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