2 edition of Researches on the root disease of sugar cane found in the catalog.
Researches on the root disease of sugar cane
Barbados. Dept. of Agriculture.
by Advocate co., ltd., printers to the government of Barbados in [Bridgetown]
Written in English
|Statement||by B.A. Bourne ... assistand director of agriculture, Barbados.|
|Contributions||Bourne, B. A. b. 1897.|
|LC Classifications||SB608.S9 B18 1922|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 p. l., 17,  p.|
|Number of Pages||17|
|LC Control Number||24029175|
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. Sugarcane growing countries of the world are lying between the latitude ° north and ° south of the equator extending from tropical to subtropical zones. This map depicts the distribution of sugarcane in the world. Worldwide sugarcane occupies an area of million ha with a total production of million metric tons (FAO, ).File Size: 3MB.
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 disease is controlled through the use of resistant varieties. NCo is the only susceptible variety grown in Texas. The hot water treatment used for ratoon stunting disease control will also eliminate smut infection in plant cane, but plants can become re-infected in the field as a result of airborne spores.
Sugarcane growth and development Article (PDF Available) in International Sugar Journal () November w Reads How we measure 'reads'. sucrose, or sugar, in the stem. Modern sugarcane cultivars that are cultivated for sugar production are founded on interspecific hybrids between S. spontaneum and S. officinarum (Saccharum spp.). Sugarcane is an ancient crop. Its use as a garden crop dates back to around Size: 1MB.
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See more details experiments, details of which are given, proved conclusively that both R. solani and R. pallida are parasitic on the sugar-cane and capable of producing the typical symptoms symptoms Subject Category: Diseases, Disorders, and SymptomsCited by: 2.
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 Edition: 1.
Sugarcane presents good tolerance to water deficit, due to its physiological adjustments, as well as due to the capacity of its root system to adapt to the new conditions of water stress in the soil. In this chapter, irrigation methods in the sugarcane crop and the best practices in irrigation management are discussed.
Growth and function of the sugarcane root system D.M. Smitha,*, N.G. Inman-Bambera, P.J. Thorburnb a CSIRO Sustainable Ecosystems, Private Mail Bag, Aitkenvale, QldAustralia b CSIRO Sustainable Ecoystems, Queensland Biosciences Precinct, Carmody Road, St.
Lucia, QldAustralia Abstract A literature review was undertaken to assess current knowledge on how root File Size: KB. The root system of the sugar cane, Methods of study, Exp. Agr. 3: – () Google Scholar H.
Evans, H, Investigations on the root-system of sugar cane : H. Bakker. This volume is intended for reference by the commercial sugar cane grower. Disciplines are covered for the successful production of a sugar cane crop. A number of good books exist on field practices related to the growing of sugar cane.
Two examples are R.P. Humbert's The Growing of Sugar Cane and Alex G. Alexander's Sugarcane Physiology.4/5(3). What is EDIS. EDIS is the Electronic Data Information Source of UF/IFAS Extension, a collection of information on topics relevant to you.
A Manual for Cane Sugar Manufacturers and Their Chemists. Author: James C. Chen,Chung Chi Chou; Publisher: John Wiley & Sons ISBN: Category: Technology & Engineering Page: View: DOWNLOAD NOW» In print for over a century, it is the definitive guide to cane sugar processing, treatment and analysis.
This disease was discovered in North Queensland in the early s and is now found in all sugarcane-growing regions in Australia.
Pachymetra root rot is caused by a fungus-like organism known as an oomycete. The disease reduces yield, causes gappy ratoon crops and can lead to an increase of soil in the cane supplied to [ ]. The book opens with a chapter on the factors that affect sugar cane growth.
This is followed by separate chapters on seedbed preparation, sugar cane planting, the nutrition and irrigation of sugar cane, drainage, weed control, flowering control, ripening and maturity, harvesting and transportation, and pest and disease Edition: 1.
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Most root biomass for sugarcane is found close to the surface and then declines approximately exponentially with depth ().Typically, approximately 50% of root biomass occurs in the top 20 cm of soil and 85% in the top 60 cm (Blackburn, ).These values equate to an ‘extinction coefficient’ for root distribution, β, of ∼, where β is related to cumulative root fraction (Y) and Cited by: THE PHYSIOLOGY OF SUGAR-CANE IX.
FACTORS AFFECTING PHOTOSYNTHESIS AND SUGAR STORAGE By J. WALDRON,t K. GLASZIOu,t and T. BULLt [Manuscript received May 5, ] Summary Photosynthesis in sugar-cane was linearly related to light intensity up to full sunlight when leaf geometry was similar to that of field-grown plants_ IndividualFile Size: 2MB.
SOIL-BOrNE DISEASES Basal stem rot (Bsr) Nematodes Pachymetra root rot Pythium root rot Diagnosis When diseases occur Leaf diseases Severity assessment Planting-material diseases Whole-plant diseases Queensland minor diseases Soil-borne diseases Quarantine – state General Glossary Index Acknowledgments Further information metric conversion table Contents Page No.
56 Many changes have occurred in sugar cane pathology during the last decade. Additional information on known diseases has become available, new diseases have been described and identified, and thanks to progress in molecular biology, new diagnostic techniques have been developed.
The pathology section of the International Society of Sugar Cane Technologists decided, therefore, to publish a new. Documents show that in the '60s, the sugar industry funded Harvard researchers who, examining risk factors of heart disease, dismissed concerns about sugar.
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Brooklyn Museum. Root disease of sugar cane in Louisiana Root disease of sugar cane in Louisiana by Rands, R. Root rots Marasmius sacchari Pythium arrhenomanes Pythium graminicola Rhizoctonia sp. Unidentified Oomycete Rust, common Puccinia melanocephala = Puccinia erianthi. Rust, orange List of Sugarcane Diseases, Ikisan agricultural portal; Diseases in Sugarcane, Sugarcane Handbook.
Disease incidence of wilt and root rot on sugarcane in nursery under green house condition: Disease incidence of wilt and root rot diseases on sugarcane seedlings in nursery under greenhouse condition were recorded at 30 and 45 days after planting.
In experiment the data presented in Table 1 showed that, the treatment T 1 (cocopeat) found File Size: 64KB. Mosaic is a viral disease, whose vectors includeAphis maidisFitch, was first recognized in Java in and causes severe stunting in some cases.
other viral diseases include ratoon stunting, chlorotic streak, Fiji disease, and Sereh disease (Purseglove ). The. Louisiana State University LSU Digital Commons LSU Agricultural Experiment Station Reports LSU AgCenter Studies on sugar cane roots Truman Clifton Ryker.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 cultivation, control of weeds, pests and diseases, harvest management and payment for : Hardcover. (R.J. Matherne, R.D. Breaux, et al. Agriculture HandbookUSDA) "This handbook summarizes information on sugarcane production in the United States based on extensive research findings and grower experience." Covers cultural practices, varieties, weed control, diseases, insects, and sugar : Patricia Brandes.