Sugar Cane

Sugar cane (Saccharum officinarum) is a tall perennial grass that produces cane stalks filled with sugar-rich juice. It is the primary source of sugar production globally. The plant thrives in tropical and subtropical regions and can reach up to 6 meters tall. Sugar cane is a valuable crop for producing sugar, molasses, rum, and ethanol. It also has uses in traditional medicine, as a source of biofuel, and for erosion control. Its cultivation is essential for the economies of many countries, including Brazil, India, and China.

Sugar Cane

(Saccharum officinarum)



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