Can sugar cane recover from freezing?

Best answer: No. After frost, sugarcane should be harvested and squeezed as soon as possible to reduce losses. Generally, according to the degree of damage, the order of harvesting and squeezing should be arranged. The first and second grade frosty sugarcane should be harvested and squeezed first, and those with lighter frost damage should be harvested later. Irrigation of sugarcane after frost can not only reduce re-freezing, but also alleviate the deterioration of sugarcane damaged by freezing and reduce losses.

Sugarcane can’t slow down after freezing. Sugarcane after frost should be harvested and squeezed as soon as possible to reduce losses. Generally, according to the degree of damage, the order of harvesting and squeezing should be arranged. First and second grade frosted sugarcane should be harvested and squeezed first, and those with lighter frost damage should be harvested later. Irrigation of sugarcane after frost can not only reduce re-freezing, but also alleviate the deterioration of sugarcane damaged by freezing and reduce losses.

Sugarcane, (scientific name: Sugarcane, perennial tall solid herb. Rhizomes are thick and developed. The height of culm is 3-5(-6) meters. It is widely planted in southern tropical regions such as Taiwan Province, Fujian, Guangdong, Hainan, Guangxi, Sichuan and Yunnan. Sugarcane is suitable for planting in places with fertile soil, abundant sunshine and large temperature difference between winter and summer.

Sugarcane is a temperate and tropical crop, which is the raw material for making sucrose and can extract ethanol as an energy substitute. More than 100 countries in the world produce sugarcane, and the biggest sugarcane producers are Brazil, India and China. Sugarcane is rich in sugar and water, and also contains various vitamins, fats, protein, organic acids, calcium, iron and other substances which are very beneficial to human metabolism. It is mainly used for sugar production. The epidermis is generally purple and green, and red and brown, but it is rare.

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