How is sugar cane harvested?

Answer Sugar cane is a grown in tropical and sub-tropical areas around the world for its juice, and is used to make table sugar. The plant grows to 12 feet high and is ready to harvest in about 12 months.... Read More »

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How much sugar cane is grown, harvested and exported?

The United States planted 877,700 acres of sugarcane in 2009-2010. Of that, 820,700 acres went into sugar production, which resulted in 344,200 tons of sugar, according to the U.S. Department of Ag... Read More »

Where are the sugar cane fields in Houston Tx and how do I contact the sugar cane sellers?

Don't think there's a sugar cane market here in the Houston area anymore. It used to be in the Sugar Land area years ago.

What is the difference between granulated sugar&pure sugar cane?

Granulated sugar is the "table sugar" normally used for cooking and serving. Sugar cane is the plant from which sugar is derived. There are benefits to each, although sugar cane is much less likely... Read More »

When making wine, can white sugar be substituted for cane sugar?

White sugar can be substituted for cane sugar in winemaking, although most experts agree that cane sugar is best. Light or brown sugar or honey can also be used. The amount and sweetness of the gra... Read More »