SASRISouth African Sugarcane Research Institute
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Under the terms of the agreement, SASRI receives exclusive research rights to the use of Arcadia's NUE technology in sugarcane in Africa.
Recognizing the considerable costs associated with nitrogen fertilizers, SASRI is eager to explore avenues that will deliver enhanced efficiencies for sugarcane farmers," said Carolyn Baker, director of SASRI.
A division of the South African Sugar Association based in Mount Edgecombe, KwaZulu-Natal, SASRI conducts research into the development of new sugarcane varieties and the improvement of crop management and farming systems for the long-term sustainability of the South African sugar industry.