Data from: Biomass production and stability of five energycane cultivars at two latitudes in Georgia, USA

Joseph Knoll, William Anderson, Ali Missaoui, Anna Hale & Wayne Hanna
Energycane (Saccharum hyb.) could be a viable bioenergy crop for the Southeast USA. Five energycane cultivars were planted in 2008 at a northern (Watkinsville, GA) and a southern (Tifton, GA) site, and were grown for seven years to compare biomass yields. Plots were arranged in a four replicate randomized complete block design at each site. Energycane was grown under rainfed conditions with 90–112 kg ha-1 N applied annually. Plant height was recorded at least monthly,...
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