Sugar cane / Eco-friendly plants
I woke up this morning and found that I couldn't stop thinking about how I missed this economic crop called sugarcane, I remember that it always tastes sweet and sugary just like its name.
Sugar cane has a long leaf with little firmness in the leaves, the stems of a sugar cane is what is considered sugar cane.
It is expensive in the market and can be planted in a swampy area by placing the stem in the ground upside down, in order for it to grow fast enough, sugar may need water to grow.
It is only when it reaches the stage of maturity that sunlight is required, some farmers used sugarcane for their livelihood.
And to be honest, it is a great crop that farmers should grow, since the demand is very high in the market.
They are somewhere in my area, a farm where I usually get some sugar cane for myself, when I feel like eating, for me, I prefer the one that is large.
I also miss the taste of sugarcane. Last time I tasted it was when I was in primary school or so.. that's over 15 years or so.
I sincerely didn't remember that something like this still existed until this article.
That means you are missing so much about sugar cane, dear friend, it does exist, maybe it depends on your current location.
I guess I'm missing out but.. it's nothing special since there are other things readily available around me.
That's awesome and in that case you are doing pretty good bro, keep up.
I miss fresh sugarcane. It grows here in the cold south but is no way as tasty.
I do like sugar can too, it is very sweet, thank you for your comments.
Luckily, Sugar Cane stores carbon via what is called a 'C4' pathway, that means that it is one of the few agricultural crops that will benefit from global heating.
When a crop is a good one all it things remains good.
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