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AuthorRidge, DR
AuthorCox, MC
Date Accessioned2012-11-13
Date Available2012-11-13
Issued1997
Identifierhttp://hdl.handle.net/11079/828
AbstractTo assess the optimum time of harvest for high early ccs varieties, two experiments were conducted on the BSES Experiment Station at Bundaberg between 1993 and 1996. The first experiment included eight varieties selected to represent early, mid-season and late maturing varieties, planted in both spring and autumn. the varieties were harvested in May, June, July, August and September in plant, first and second ratoon crops. Ratoon crops were 12 months old at harvest. Data on cane yields and ccs for each harvest date allowed assessment of the benefits of high early ccs varieties for extending the harvest season and for increasing productivity during the normal harvest season. The objectives for this report was to determine yield and ccs of cane varieties, particularly high early ccs types at various times during the season; evaluate ratooning of varieties harvested at different times; assess the effect of harvesting system on ratoon performance; examine the economic implications of strategic timing in the harvest of varieties.
Languageen
Part of SeriesBSES Internal Report; 1997 No 876 Report SD97012
SubjectHigh Early Sugar Varieties
SubjectFarming systems
SubjectProduction management
TitleOptimum time of harvest for high early sugar varieties : SRDC final report BS705


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    Research outcomes: Growers and harvesters benefit from the ongoing research in productivity improvement, production management and agronomical techniques. Developed technologies and management practices that enhance productivity and demonstrate a high rate of return on investment

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