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Researcher looks at emissions from sugarcane production

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(Radio News 12/16/11) A burning sugarcane field releases a sweet, smoky smell, but it also sends particles and greenhouse gases into the air. LSU AgCenter chemist Jim Wang monitored a burning field to determine what is released during a burn. It is part of a larger study funded by the U.S. Department of Agriculture to learn more about how sugarcane production affects the environment. (Runtime: 1:45)

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