7 Sweet Releases In Florida Sugarcane

New and improved sugarcane varieties are an important part of keeping growers and the industry productive. In the photo gallery above, there are a few new varieties from the Florida Sugarcane Variety Development Program, which were approved at this summer’s Variety Committee Meeting.

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