Cane trash


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the crushed stalks and other refuse of sugar cane, used for fuel, etc.

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The proposed investment includes the first utility-scale solar PV projects in the country and the first biomass project in the world utilizing sugar cane trash.
Several trial sites examining the effect of these systems have now been operating for ~10 years, making it possible to assess the effect of green cane trash management in combination with NT on TOC stocks.
With this patented process, industrial sugar can be produced from lignocellulosic biomass (wood, cane trash or straw).
For example, increasing sugar cane trash retention benefits the environment by reducing the amount of cane that is burnt.
Over the last 25 years, however, sugarcane growers have increasingly adopted a system of green cane trash blanketing (GCTB), where trash is retained as an undisturbed layer on the soil surface and cultivation is greatly reduced.