Sugar Around the World
Sugarcane Sustainability and Soil Carbon Sequestration By Dr. Paul White
Sostenibilidad de la Caña de Azúcar y Captación de Carbono Del Suelo By Dr. Paul White
What’s Cookin’: Cream of Leek and Tasso Soup
American Sugar Cane Technologists-Louisiana Division
Improved Sugar Yields Found by Application of Bagasse and Leaf Residue Biochar as Soil Amendment
By Isabel M. Lima & Paul M. White, Jr
High Performance Adsorbents (HPA)Ecofriendly Technology for Color Removal in Sugar
By Emmanuel Sarir & Benhur R. Pabon
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