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The Leaf
The Inflorescence
The Root System
Germination & Establishment Phase
Tillering Phase
Grand Growth Phase
Ripening & Maturation Phase
Practical Implications
Improved Varieties
Land Preparation
Planting Material
Planting Time
Germination Irrigation
Weed Management
Irrigation Water Management
Earthing Up
Removal of Water Shoots
Harvesting Management
Nutrient Deficiency Symptoms
Pests & Diseases
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Practical Implications
  • Better understanding of what is going on in the plant
  • This understanding aids in efficient water and nutrient management
  • Control of vegetative growth and manipulation of sugar production to some extent is possible
  • Knowledge of phenological growth phases is essential for maximizing cane yields and sugar recovery


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