Better Sugarcane Initiative

Better Sugarcane Initiative Related

Sugarcane Diseases:: Information on the diseases that may affect sugarcane and their causal agents.

Sugarcane Handbook:: Information on the cultivation of sugarcane in Florida. A Florida Cooperative Extension publication.

Sugarcane Breeding Institute:: Details of the institution, its work, on the biology of sugar cane, news and events. Tamil Nadu.

USDA Sugarcane Field Station:: Includes research staff and personnel listing, pathology, sustainable agriculture information, and cultivars in production. Florida.

Organic Farming in the Tropics and Subtropics: Sugarcane:: Covers all aspects of plant cultivation, biological methods of plant protection, harvesting and processing. [PDF]

Green EU Initiative:: Allows people to make donations to compensate for their carbon footprints. The donations will support reforestation projects that focus on planting indigenous trees in harmony with the existing vegetation.

IT and Environment Initiative:: Describes a project working to understand and manage the effects of information technology on environmental issues including the production, use, and disposal of computers.

Whirling Disease Initiative:: U.S. National Partnership on the Management of Wild and Native Cold Water Fisheries research and information on this trout infection caused by a parasite (Myxobolus cerebralis) with a life cycle involving two hosts, fish and worms.

Nantucket Biodiversity Initiative:: Partnership between Nantucket conservation organizations, government agencies and individuals interested in documenting the biodiversity of the islands and adjacent waters.

Carbon Mitigation Initiative:: Website providing information about a joint research project of Princeton University, BP and the Ford Motor Company into impacts of climate change and measures to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Includes research papers that can be downloaded.

  • New Additions: Sugarcane
Vasantdada Sugar Institute
USDA Sugarcane Field Station
Organic Farming in the Tropics and Subtropics: Sugarcane