Sugar cane is a perennial herbaceous herbaceous plant.
The stems of the cane are high stalks, reaching up to 7 meters high.
The stems have relatively long and wide leaves, and on the ground they have root cane.
The sugar cane species comprises about 12 species, most of which grow in the tropics of the eastern hemisphere. The most important species in this species is the cultural cane
This plant now produces more than half the amount of sugar consumed worldwide
Its main growth countries are India and Brazil.