Cane trash


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

See also: Cane

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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In order to face up to these challenges, the industry has undergone significant restructuring and focus is now being put on by-products of sugar cane and im- proved technology to increase efficiency and the use of cane trash for electricity generation.
In order to face up to these challenges, the industry has undergone significant restructuring and focus is now being put on by-products of sugar cane and improved technology to increase efficiency and the use of cane trash for electricity generation.
A positive N balance of 55 kg N [ha.sup.-1] was recorded for the ON treatment, representing a substantial N input from non-fertiliser N sources (mainly N mineralisation from soil organic matter and possibly cane trash) during the crop growing season.
But one should keep in mind that bio-mass sector is not just limited to bio-gas, as we are also rich in other forms of feedstock like sugar cane trash, cotton stock, and rice husk, which could also be used for power generation on ample basis.
Management of chopper harvester-generated green cane trash blankets: a new concern for Louisiana.
Wheat straw, rice husk, rice straw, cane trash, bagasse, cotton sticks are some of the major crop residues in Pakistan.
Mirbahar Effect of cane trash mulch with different fertility levels on the yield and quality characters of sugarcane (Sachharum officinarum L.).
The main agricultural residues available in Pakistan locally are wheat straw, rice husk and straw, cane trash and cotton sticks and plant residue.