The Use of Tissue Culture for Successful and Sustainable Cane
Mitr Phol Sugar Group in 1996, one of the carriers, is to adapt tissue culture technique to support sustainable cane production in order to secure cane supply for the multi-usage e.g., sugar, ethanol and cogeneration. Rapid multiplication efficiency has been done to produce disease-free cane setts of the new high potential cane varieties which produce high sugar and high yield through developed techniques described as following:
KeywordsRoot Induction Develop Technique Tissue Culture Technique Quality Control Scheme Seed Cane
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