Sugarcane crop residue left on the field after mechanical harvesting is composed by around 80% of dry leaves, 18% of green leaves and 2% cane tops (dry basis). These three components have different composition and this represents an opportunity to manage the biomass collection towards both field and industrial benefits.
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