Like any commercial crop, sugarcane does have its share of pests that can sometimes cause significant crop loss in sugarcane fields. And if you grow sugarcane plants in the home garden, they may affect yours too. Click here to learn about common pests of sugarcane.
Sugarcane is an incredibly useful crop. Native to tropical and subtropical climates, it does not usually fare well in cold temperatures. So what’s a gardener to do when growing sugarcane in a temperate zone? Learn about sugarcane for cool climates here.
You may have tried growing sugarcane, and probably realized it can be a water hog. Sugarcane water requirements is an important aspect of meeting the proper growth and care of your plants. Click here to learn how to water sugarcane plants efficiently.
Although sugarcane is a hardy, prolific plant, it can be plagued by a number of sugarcane diseases. Click on the following article to learn how to identify several of the most common. If you know what to look for, then treating the problem will be easier.
What is sugarcane good for? Most often grown on a commercial scale, you can grow it in your garden too. Enjoy a pretty, decorative grass, a natural screen and privacy border, and the sweet juice and fiber from harvested canes. Learn more in this article.
Growing sugarcane is most often a commercial affair, but home gardeners can also enjoy this sweet ornamental grass. If you live in a warm climate, you can grow sugarcane varieties in your garden beds. Learn about the differences between sugarcanes in this article.
Growing sugarcane can be fun in the home garden. There are some great varieties for good decorative landscaping, but these plants also produce actual sugar. To enjoy a pretty plant and a sweet treat, know when and how to cut and prune your sugarcane. Learn more here.
If you are lucky enough to live in a zone that is warm year-round, sugarcane can be fun to grow and produce an amazing source of sweetness. Along with site selection and general care, you will need to know how to fertilize sugarcane. This article will help with that.
If you are lucky enough to live in a warm enough zone, you may be trying your hand at growing sugarcane. If all is going well, the next questions are when and how do you harvest sugarcane? Click here to find out about harvesting sugarcane plants.
Growing new sugarcanes rapidly through seed canes is the preferred method. Knowing how to propagate sugarcane relies upon not only the canes selected but temperature, site selection and water. This article will help get you started with sugarcane propagation.
Sugarcane can be grown in warm, tropical-like climates. If you live in one of these regions, you might want to know what to do with your sugarcane plants. Sugarcane has a number of uses. Click this article to find out how to use sugarcane from the garden.
Although sugarcane is a hardy plant, it can be plagued by sugarcane problems, including various sugarcane pests and disease. Learn how to identify issues with sugarcane in this article. Click here for additional information.
Many gardeners think that growing sugarcane is only possible in tropical climates. This is not actually true if you are willing to grow it in a pot. You can grow potted sugarcane plants in almost any region. If you are interested in growing sugarcane in a pot, click here for info.
Sugarcane plants are a genus of tall tropically growing perennial grasses that cannot survive areas with cold winters. So, how then do you grow them? Read here to find out more about how to grow sugarcanes.
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