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Reaping the Sugar-Cane
(The Bonanza. Smith Bros. and Co., Trinidad, 2009-07-24)
A picture of labourers scattered in the field harvesting the sugarcane.
A Sugar Factory, Trinidad, B.W.I.
(Muir, Marshall and Co., Trinidad, 2009-07-31)
A picture of a sugar factory with two tall smokestacks towering over the estate.
The Usine, St. Madeleine, A Central Sugar Factory in Trinidad
A picture of the Usine St. Madeleine sugar factory, one of the largest in the West Indies.
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Influence of the vinasse application in sugar cane fields in Patrocínio Paulista, São Paulo State, Brazil
This investigation was carried out in Patrocínio Paulista municipality, located in the state of São Paulo, Brazil. Sugarcane has been extensively cultivated in the area in order to be utilized by the sugar and ethanol ...
Sugar cane (Saccharum spp.) crop residue baling for energy purposes in Brazil
The sugar cane crop according to several authors can generate, besides the industrialized stalks, an amount of crop residues from the order of 15 to 30% in weight of the aerial part of the plants, depending on the field ...
Reaping Sugar Cane, Trinidad
A description on the back of the postcard reads "Sugar cane is not only grown on large estates but also by many small cultivators termed Cane Farmers. The are here seen reaping and loading canes for conveyance to the ...
Greenhouse gas emission associated with sugar production in southern Brazil
Background: Since sugarcane areas have increased rapidly in Brazil, the contribution of the sugarcane production, and, especially, of the sugarcane harvest system to the greenhouse gas emissions of the country is an issue ...