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Asked in Frogs, Cane Toads
How did cane toads arrive in Australia?
Ironically they were introduced to destroy a cane-beetle plague. But the beetles are living in cane, where the toads cannot reach them. Also, cane beetles are too small to serve as food, so the toads left the canefields and entered forrests and swamps where they eat anything they can swallow. So recently, they are a pest themselves. ...
Asked in Powdered Sugar
Is confectioners' sugar the same as cane sugar?
no. Confectioner's sugar (also known as powdered sugar) is a combination of very fine-ground white cane sugar and corn starch. Cane sugar and confectioner's sugar behave very differently in recipes and generally one cannot be substituted for the other. ...
Asked in Botany or Plant Biology, Animal Life
What animals or plants live or have lived in sugar cane fields?
Well, in sugar cane fields plants such as sugar cane and weeds. You would find cane toads, foxes and cane beetles. ...
Asked in Flower Gardening, Houseplants
How do you take care of a cane plant?
Cane plants are also known as Massangeana cane, Fragrans cane, Dracaena cane or Arundinaria gigantean (giant cane). The Fragrans cane is variegated with yellow stripes. Fragrans occasionally sprouts scented flowers. The Massangeana cane can be identified by its non-variegated, olive-green leaves. Whichever type of cane plant you choose, they make beautiful, tall floor plants. The cane plant is also relatively easy to take care of. ...