Gumming disease (important in New South Wales, Australia) is characterized by gummosis, the pathological production of gummy exudates as a result of cell degeneration; it is caused by the bacterium Xanthomonas vasculorum.Breeding Sugarecane was originally cultivated by natives of southern Pacific islands.

The insect pest responsible for some of the greatest crop losses is the grayback beetle in its larval stage.The production of such cane seeds and seedlings by crossbreeding has been established in Java and Barbados since the 1880s.The plant is also grown for biofuel production, especially in, brazil, as the canes can be used directly to produce ethyl alcohol (ethanol).

And while global cuisines always influence us, we also tap into our local communities for both culinary inspiration as well as regionally sourced ingredients.Eyespot, characterized by yellowish oval lesions on leaves and stems, is a disease caused by the fungus Helminthosporium sacchari.When precipitation is deficient, irrigation, either by spraying or by applying water in furrows, can make up for the deficiency.