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Old 04-26-2013, 07:34 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I've never really been able to find a good list of all the sugarcane varieties online, but I bet we could do it! Simply put, unfortunately, there are tons of varieties of cane, and this makes it hard, since most growers just label cane with a color. We could also turn it into a sugarcane identification forum, especially for us "grocery store growers." Please comment below some varieties, and I'll try and add them in as soon as I can. I think we can organize it by color, but I don't know, suggestions would be appreciated. To view pictures from here, go to this link: Banana Gallery - Kbud: Sugarcane Varieties

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Sugarcane Varieties


Green Sugarcane - a common type of cane



Red Sugarcane - in my opinion, the prettiest varieties of sugarcane are red. Though they have thinner, more elongated stalks, they still have plenty of the sweet juice in 'em! Often an ornamental variety due to the beautiful stem and foliage.

Red Stripe

Yellow Sugarcane - another common variety of cane, the yellow stems make these varieties stand out.

Yellow Gal

Super Vietnamese Yellow - a variety that can grow huge; my source told me the plant is still growing at 5 years old.

Black-Stemmed Sugarcane - closest to the commercial varieties, black-stemmed sugarcane has green foliage and dark stems, lending itself to a very noticeable contrast. Beware, these can be especially spiky.

Black Skin


Other/Variegated - some varieties may fit into both a different color and this category for beautiful variegated stems, etc. also in the section of their dominant color.

Red Stripe

Bamboo Sugarcane



A quick note: on one of the websites I visited, I learned sugarcane is also categorized commercially into "chewing cane," "syrup cane" and another group. The are arranged by their use - chewing cane is used mainly for eating, syrup cane for sugar because it crystallizes really well, etc. For the non-commercial grower's sake, I'll classify it by color. I really don't hold much by their uses, I feel they all will probably work for all the applications.
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Default Re: Sugarcane Varieties

Pretty much what I know are the "super sweet" ones I see on ebay, the commercial yellow and green types, some really fascinating ones I've seen posted from a club meeting in Hawaii, and some heirloom types I've also seen on eBay. The heirloom types were developed and used in southern US, so personally I favor those more, as their history seems better suited to my unheated greenhouse growing than more tropical Hawaiian varieties, which, I've yet to see for sale online anyway. Some are super cool though!
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Fantastic Idea...I like DAT me!

I have some more cane growing forgot what variety.

I know I killed some, I'll take pictures and post later today.

I would love to purchase some different varieties

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Okay, I'm sort of giving up on this thread. I found a link of a complete list and had it translated from Haitian. I will post it below. Apparently, quoting from the source that led me to the source:
"It is rather difficult to find someone to help identify a variety of sugarcane. That's why it is so important to keep up with the name to begin with. But obviously, not every one is interested in names so identities become lost frequently. Names are useful to help keep track of characteristics of a variety.
I've tried for about 3 years to have an old heirloom green chewing cane identified with no success yet. It may be so old that no one living knows its original name.
Some varieties are renamed in different growing areas or countries. Often the new name is a translation to the country's language but sometimes not.
Many varieties have been around for centuries, however these are becoming extinct because of breeding and selection of new varities by researchers in the last hundred years or so. There are perhaps 10's of thousands of hybrid varieties in existence now and many thousands are bred--though not selected--each year. So maybe this can give you some idea why even a sugarcane 'expert' wouldn't want to try to tackle identifying a variety ! People who know old named sugarcane varieties are ,too, sadly becoming extinct along with the varieties.
The best available information that I know of on the web would be the ARS-GRIN website which lists over 1000 varieties with some descriptions of most of those varieties.Use the link and scroll down to Saccharum officinarum and click on it for variety lists and links to descriptions.
So good luck on identifying varieties !"

The link to the post, you may find it interesting: Heirloom Sugarcane Varieties - Heirloom Plants & Gardens Forum - GardenWeb

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There are numerous sugarcane varieties that have been used for chewing,juice,candy-making,syrup production and sugar production. Many of these varieties have either become extinct or rare due to several factors. The commercial sugar growers are only interested in varieties that produce more sugar per acre,therefore ALL of the breeding programs look for better disease resistance,higher yield and more sugar. Therefore,heirlooms are often ignored and not preserved for their particular qualities for future generations. Also new varieties from government breeding programs which may have merit for chewing,syrupmaking or ornamental value wind up being destroyed.
Several heirlooms exist for chewing,some of which can be peeled easily with the fingernails,for example ! Others have colorful,ornamental leaves and/or stalks--like Pele's Smoke which has pretty purple foilage. Striped Ribbon cane used for chewing and syrup has pretty stripes in the stalk.Old heirloom varieties include : Home Green,White Transparent,Green German,Ribbon,Louisiana Purple,Kokea,Cayana,and POJ to name a few.
The only 2 major variety collections in the U.S. are in Miami,FL and Houma,LA. Hawaii has a nice collection,but restrictions won't allow "importation" to the mainland ! But,sadly these collections are dwindling also due primarily to lack of interest and lack of funding. A few Botanical Gardens may have a few varieties,also.
I'm wondering if gardeners have some heirloom sugarcanes in their garden and would be interested in preserving them for the future . Anyone out there interested ?





Here's the complete list - I suddenly realized it would be pretty much impossible to identify an everyday variety, and I am being lazy and copying and pasting the list from this link: Results of your search: MIA Saccharum officinarum

This is the list:

748 accessions in the Green Database

CANE 5 Louisiana purple
CANE 105 Spaansch
CANE 228 Badila
CANE 768 Bamboo Morada
CANE 838 Hawaiian Original 52
CANE 850 Tahiti 3
CANE 7475 Manjav
CANE 7498 NG 96 024 (12-95)
CANE 8275 S. officinarum
CANE 8384 S. Officinarum
CANE 8435 Madera
CANE 8526 NG 57 252
CANE 8544 NG 57 050
CANE 8551 NG 96 024
CANE 9865 SS 57-03
CANE 9878 SS 59-01
CANE 9887 SS 86-4
CANE 9892 Original Hawaiian
MIA MIA 32631 32631
MIA 32633 B 00208
MIA MIA 32709 32709
MIA MIA 32798 32798
MIA NG 32872 28 039
MIA 32967 NG 57-030
MIA 33076 NG 77-135
MIA 33100 Old Jamaica
MIA 33151 S. officinarum
MIA 33152 S. officinarum
MIA 33153 S. officinarum
MIA 33154 S. officinarum (8276)
MIA MIA 33155 33155
MIA 33156 S. officinarum
MIA 33157 S. officinarum
MIA 33193 P50-112
MIA 33194 S 71-0006
MIA 33225 S. officinarum # 07
MIA 35219 Chu-Zhe
MIA IN 35248 84-68
MIA 35292 KALUDAI BOOTHAM
MIA 35418 Eight Djapara
MIA 35473 26Q2873
MIA 35474 Akoki 24
MIA 35475 Badilla Fiji
MIA 35477 Big Ribbon
MIA 35481 F36-819
MIA 35484 Fiji 21
MIA 35499 H 52
MIA IA 35564 3330
MIA MIA 35871 35871
MIA 35873 Black Innes
MIA 35874 Bourboriet Suriname
MIA 35875 Fiji
MIA 35876 Fiji 19
MIA 35877 IJ76-418B
MIA 35878 IK 76-065
MIA 35880 Lauloa
MIA 35881 MOL 1238
MIA 35882 MOL 6063
MIA 35883 Mung-your relatives River, is Mu-River, km. 67
MIA 35884 NC21
MIA 35885 NG 21-002
MIA 35918 OI Nang, Java
MIA MIA 40508 40508
PI 40260 Padangsche Dark Red
PI 53949 Manjav
PI 65807 Hind's Special
PI 67400 Haak Kwat Che
PI 67404 Muk Che
PI 67979 Cana Blanca
PI 68052 German Green
PI 68053 CERAM, white
PI 77416 NG 96 014
PI 77417 NG 96 016
PI 77496 NG 21 001
PI 77499 NG 21 004
PI 77500 NG 21 005
PI 77502 NG 21 007
PI 77503 NG 21 009
BEST Texas, 77504 NG 21 010
PI 77511 NG 21 017
PI 77514 NG 21 020
PI 77517 NG 21 023
PI 77520 NG 21 029
BEST Texas, 77522 NG 21 031
PI 77525 NG 21 034
PI 77526 NG 21 035
PI 77527 NG 21 036
PI 77529 NG 21 044
PI 77530 NG 21 049
PI 77532 NG 21 051
PI 77535 NG 21 054
PI 77536 NG 21 055
BEST Texas, 77538 NG 21 057
PI 77539 NG 21 058
PI 77722 NG 28 032
PI 77733 SS 59-01
PI 77762 NG 28 080
PI 77788 NG 28 107
PI 80945 NG 28 018
PI 80953 SS 57-09
PI 80955 NG 28 020
PI 80957 NG 28 036
PI 80960 NG 28 040
PI 80963 NG 28 045
PI 80967 NG 28 056
PI 80968 NG 28 059
PI 80971 NG 28 072
PI 80975 SS 57-10
PI 80976 SS 57-18
PI 80982 NG 28 110
PI 80986 NG 28 202
PI 80987 NG 28 208
PI 80988 NG 28 211
PI 80989 NG 28 220
PI 80991 NG 28 260
PI 80992 NG 28 261
PI 80993 NG 28 262
PI 80994 NG 28 263
PI 81308 SS 57-02
PI 81312 SS 58-08
PI 81314 NG 28 017
PI 81315 NG 28 021
PI 81316 NG 28 023
PI 81323 NG 28 033
PI 81324 NG 28 034
PI 81326 SS 57 04
PI 81329 NG 28 212
PI 81330 NG 28 215
PI 81334 NG 28 265
PI 81335 NG 28 266
PI 81336 NG 28 267
PI 81339 NG 28 284
PI 81340 NG 28 285
PI 88619 NG 28-001
PI 88620 NG 28 002
PI 88622 NG 28 005
PI 88626 NG 28 022
PI 88627 NG 28 024
PI 88629 NG 28 030
PI 88635 NG 28 054
PI 88636 NG 28 055
PI 88637 NG 28 062
PI 88641 NG 28 083
PI 88643 SS 57 07
PI 88644 NG 28 099
PI 88651 SS 57 12
PI 88652 NG 28 213
PI 88653 NG 28 214
PI 88655 NG 28 217
PI 88659 SS 57 08
PI 88660 NG 28 264
PI 88661 NG 28 268
PI 88664 NG 28 273
PI 88665 NG 28 274
PI 88666 NG 28 279 NOT yellow
PI 88667 NG 28 280
PI 88669 NG 28-287
PI 90822 Black Fiji
PI 101028 Akilolo (20)
PI 101029 SS 57 01
PI 101030 Halalii (32)
PI 101031 SS 57-14
PI 101032 SS 57-15
PI 101037 Laukona (15)
PI 101038 Cavengerie 73, red
PI 101039 Maikoiko 74, striped
PI 101049 Ohia (1)
PI 101117 Batjan Green Sport
PI 101119 Bravo Two Perico
PI 101121 Preanger, green striped
PI 101123 Pundia
PI 101124 Preanger Red
PI 101125 Red Type
PI 101129 Yellow Bamboo
PI 101908 Uahi A pearly 50
PI 106275 Akoki 22
PI 106278 Maikoiko 73
PI 106279 Nanahu (48)
PI 106282 Pakaweli 2
PI 106283 Pilimai 60
PI 106285 Uluhui 67
PI 106287 Hawaiian Original 24
PI 106289 Hawaiian Original 36
PI 106290 Hawaiian Original 38
PI 106293 Hawaiian Original 43
PI 106294 Hawaiian Original 71
PI 112123 Raratonga # 1
PI 112341 SS 57-03
PI 112870 NC 011
PI 112874 NC 015
PI 112876 NC 083
PI 112877 NC 018
PI 112878 NC 019
PI 112879 NC 020
PI 112880 NC 021
PI 112883 NC 024
PI 112887 NC 053
PI 112888 NC 029
PI 112889 NC 030
PI 112891 NC 032
PI 112895 NC 094
PI 112898 NC 039
PI 112899 NC 040
PI 112930 NC 051
PI 112933 NC 074
PI 112935 NC 076
PI 112937 NC 078
PI 112939 NC 080
PI 112945 NC 090
PI 112950 NC 091
PI 112952 NC 093
PI 112958 NC 099
PI 122440 Ashy Mauritius
PI 128173 NG 28 269
PI 129888 SS 57-21
PI 134088 Branchue
PI 134090 Rats Gros Ventre
PI 140222 Aboe, Amboina
PI 140224 Bandjarmasin Hitam
PI 140225 Java Banteng
PI 140226 Boengaja, Bali
PI 140229 Bourbonriet Suriname
PI 140233 Geel Muntok
PI 140235 Hitam Broewang
PI 140237 Ireng Malang
PI 140243 Malagache
PI 140245 Menado Red
PI 140247 Muntok Java
PI 140249 Poetih Borneo
PI 140252 Djapara Red
PI 140258 Tijeng Bali
PI 140264 Tomohon Eight
PI 140266 VICO Malakka
PI 140268 White Manila
PI 140270 Black Borneo
PI 140271 Zwart Manila
PI 152342 Yellow Caledonia
PI 153048 Negrita
PI 159407 SS 60-001
PI 159410 Q 028
PI 159414 Q 050
PI 160255 Batec Lupog
PI 160257 Caledonia Ribbon
PI 160305 Guam A
PI 160311 Luzon White
PI 160312 Mani
PI 160313 Manteiga
PI 160366 Vellai
PI 173606 Poona
PI 174711 Celery
PI 182067 Timor Riet
PI 182069 Mia Do, Saigon
PI 182072 Soerat Soembawa Eight
PI 182073 Puri
PI 182074 Eight Djapara
PI 184439 Horne
PI 184792 Creoula
PI 184794 Manteiga
PI 184796 Pitu
PI 184797 Vespertina
PI 184914 Anoman
PI 184921 Pawn
PI 189539 Mia VOI
PI 190899 Black Cheribon
PI 192890 Assam Red
PI 192892 Bamboo
PI 192894 Bontha
PI 192895 Chittan
PI 192899 Javari Kabbu
PI 192901 Karia
PI 192907 Manjri Red
PI 192913 Reddi Cheruku
PI 192914 SAHARANPUR Black
PI 192986 Malabar
PI 197799 LAHAINA
PI 199730 Tolo Lima
PI 199732 Vae Vae hula
PI 203057 Oramboo
PI 203672 Iscambine
PI 203674 Mapou Perlee
PI 203675 Mignonne
PI 203676 Penang
PI 203677 Port Mackay Black
PI 203678 Sennerville
PI 203679 Striped Tanna
PI 203680 Sylva
PI 203682 Tombiapa
PI 205458 Bastard Rayada
PI 210190 NG 51 008
PI 210191 NG 51 009
PI 210194 NG 51 013
PI 210197 NG 51 018
PI 210201 NG 51 023
PI 210207 NG 51 032
PI 210208 NG 51 036
PI 210209 NG 51 038
PI 210210 NG 51 039
PI 210212 NG 51 041
PI 210213 NG 51 042
PI 210215 NG 51 044
PI 210224 NG 51 056
PI 210225 NG 51 058
PI 210237 NG 51 078
PI 210238 NG 51 082
PI 210246 NG 51 093
PI 210248 NG 51 095
PI 210249 NG 51 096
PI 210252 NG 51 099
PI 210255 NG 51 105
PI 210257 NG 51 111
PI 210259 NG 51 115 Green
PI 210260 NG 51 121
PI 210261 NG 51 122
PI 210265 NG 51 126
PI 210266 NG 51 127
PI 210269 NG 51 131
PI 210270 NG 51 133
PI 210272 NG 51 135
PI 210274 NG 51 138
PI 210277 NG 51 142
PI 210278 NG 51 143
PI 210279 NG 51 144
PI 210280 NG 51 145
PI 210281 NG 51 146
PI 210282 NG 51 147
PI 210284 NG 51 149
PI 210285 NG 51 150
PI 210286 NG 51 151
PI 210287 NG 51 152
PI 210288 NG 51 153
PI 210291 NG 51 156
PI 210292 NG 51 157
PI 210293 NG 51 159
PI 210295 NG 51 161
PI 210296 NG 51 162
PI 210298 NG 51 164
PI 212270 Fiji 19
PI 212271 Fiji 20
PI 212274 Fiji 24
PI 212276 Fiji 26
PI 221174 NG 51 053
PI 223748 Caledonia Amarilla
PI 223750 Of 1135
PI 223942 Striped Mexican (pink)
PI 224531 Negros purple
PI 224536 Tofunafal
PI 224539 Tjilongok Tangerang
PI 228269 NG 51 148
PI 230836 OI Dang
PI 230840 OI Tapow
PI 233647 Bambu
PI 233651 Zopilota
PI 234581 Cana Criolla
PI 235675 Mia Moi
PI 237359 Black Cane
PI 237360 Hotte Kabbu
PI 237363 Kaludai Boothan
PI 237365 Khajuria
PI 237367 Langi
PI 237374 Poovan
PI 237375 Poovan 155
PI 237376 Pyinmana Ribbon
PI 237380 Bansa Green Striped
PI 237381 Tali
PI 237383 Waxy Red
PI 238532 NG 57 006
PI 238649 NG 57 013
PI 238650 NG 57 014
PI 238813 NG 57 034
PI 238825 NG 57 060
PI 238827 NG 57 062
PI 238828 NG 57 063
PI 238831 NG 57 066
PI 238834 NG 57 070
PI 238835 NG 57 072
PI 238837 NG 57 074
PI 238839 NG 57 076
PI 238840 NG 57 077
PI 238841 NG 57 078
PI 238843 NG 57 050
PI 238846 NG 57 053
PI 239273 NG 57 096
PI 239281 NG 57 108
PI 239297 NG 57 125
PI 239300 NG 57 135
PI 239306 NG 57 141
PI 239307 NG 57 142
PI 239308 NG 57 143
PI 239309 NG 57 144
PI 239313 NG 57 121A
PI 239561 NG 57 151
PI 239562 NG 57 152
PI 240087 NG 57 159
PI 240099 NG 57 174
PI 240364 NG 57 180
PI 240365 NG 57 181
PI 240366 NG 57 182
PI 240368 NG 57 184
PI 240374 NG 57 190
PI 240375 NG 57 191
PI 240376 NG 57 192
PI 240598 NG 57 196
PI 240600 NG 57 198
PI 240602 NG 57 200
PI 240603 NG 57 203
PI 240604 NG 57 204
PI 240605 NG 57 205
PI 240786 NG 57 209
PI 240790 NG 57 213
PI 240898 NG 57 218
PI 240899 NG 57 219
PI 240906 NG 57 226
PI 240907 NG 57 227
PI 240908 NG 57 228
PI 240989 NG 57 239
PI 241102 NG 57 242
PI 241103 NG 57 243
PI 241121 NG 57 251
PI 241122 NG 57 252
PI 241123 NG 57 256
PI 241124 NG 57-257
PI 241125 NG 57 258
PI 241126 NG 57 259
PI 242914 Chino
PI 246809 Brazilian
PI 246811 Old Java
PI 250245 NG 57 036
PI 250246 NG 57 037
PI 250248 NG 57 043
PI 250249 NG 57 052
PI 250250 NG 57 057
PI 250251 NG 57-059
PI 250254 NG 57 071
PI 250255 NG 57 073
PI 250260 NG 57 099
PI 250261 NG 57 092
PI 250262 NG 57 095
PI 250263 NG 57 100
PI 250264 NG 57 111
PI 250266 NG 57 123
PI 250269 NG 57 136
PI 250272 NG 57 150
PI 250274 NG 57 156
PI 250276 NG 57 163
PI 250277 NG 57 166
PI 250278 NG 57 169
PI 250279 NG 57 172 Red Sport
PI 250284 NG 57 223
PI 258465 Of 0117
PI 259987 Jamaica Red
PI 260813 Rose Bamboo
PI 264599 NG 57 183
PI 268016 Fiji 40
PI 268017 Fiji 47
PI 268055 Fiji 38
PI 268057 Fiji 43
PI 271846 Fiji 44
PI 276958 Fiji 45
PI 281742 Fiji 25
PI 286638 Hinahina 18
PI 286645 Selemi, Bali
PI 312800 Barbados White Sport
PI 312859 Fiji 60
PI 312860 Fiji 61
PI 314967 Fiji 63
PI 317002 Mongolian
PI 323229 Keong Java
PI 324844 Fiji B
PI 324845 Java Hebbal
PI 324865 SS 58-05
PI 338330 Bamboo Amarilla
PI 338331 Mulata
PI 338488 Arundoid B
PI 338489 Arundoid C
PI 341863 NC 092
PI 341865 NG 28 044
PI 343035 68-003 um
PI 343038 68-011 um
PI 343039 68-014 um
PI 343686 Mauritius Guingham
PI 343717 68-010 um
PI 347706 NC 042
PI 347707 NC 049
PI 355332 NH 70-024
PI 355370 NH 70-063
PI 355376 NH 70-069
PI 367731 Ribbon
PI 414786 Phil 06317
PI 414787 Phil 06425
PI 414788 Phil Connecticut, 06607
PI 417967 NG 77-001
PI 417969 NG 77-006
PI 417971 NG 77-011
PI 417972 NG 77-014
PI 417973 NG 77-015
PI 417974 NG 77-016
PI 417978 NG 77-026
PI 417980 NG 77-028
PI 417983 NG 77-031
PI 417985 NG 77-042
PI 417986 NG 77-043
PI 417987 NG 77-044
PI 417991 NG 77-050
PI 417993 NG 77-052
PI 417994 NG 77-057
PI 417995 NG 77-058
PI 417996 NG 77-059
PI 417997 NG 77-060
PI 417998 NG 77-061
PI 417999 NG 77-062
PI 418000 NG 77-063
PI 418001 NG 77-065
PI 418002 NG 77-066
PI 418004 NG 77-068
PI 418005 NG 77-069
PI 418006 NG 77-070
PI 418007 NG 77-071
PI 418009 NG 77-081
PI 418010 NG 77-082
PI 418011 NG 77-092
PI 418012 NG 77-093
PI 418016 NG 77-099
PI 418018 NG 77-101
PI 418019 NG 77-102
PI 418020 NG 77-103
PI 418021 NG 77-104
PI 418024 NG 77-109
PI 418026 NG 77-115
PI 418027 NG 77-116
PI 418028 NG 77-117
PI 418033 NG 77-125
PI 418035 NG 77-127
PI 418041 NG 77-137
PI 418042 NG 77-139
PI 418045 NG 77-142
PI 418048 NG 77-151
PI 418051 NG 77-154
PI 418057 NG 77-171
PI 418062 NG 77-176
PI 418064 NG 77-179
PI 418065 NG 77-182
PI 418067 NG 77-192
PI 418073 NG 77-232
PI 418074 NG 77-233
PI 418075 NG 77-234
PI 418076 NG 77-236
PI 418077 NG 77-239
PI 418078 NG 77-241
PI 418079 NG 77-242
PI 418182 NG 77-018
PI 418185 NG 77-064
PI 423297 IK 76-001
PI 423299 IK 76-019
PI 423300 IK 76-031
PI 423303 IK 76-035
PI 423306 IK 76-053
PI 423309 IK 76-059
PI 423310 IK 76-060
PI 423311 IK 76-061
PI 423312 IK 76-069
PI 423313 IK 76-070
PI 423316 IK 76-094
PI 423318 IK 76-096
PI 423319 IK 76-108
PI 423320 IK 76-112
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I don't really get too excited about sugarcane varieties, but if you are working with cane all the time, you get pretty good at identifying the varieties.
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