Plants can gauge the time of day through their biological clock. This enables them to, among other things, anticipate sunrise and prime their leaves for photosynthesis as soon as the first rays of sunlight reach them. Plants that lack functional biological clocks exhibit slower growth, reduced photosynthesis, and less efficient water usage. The objective of this project is to study the biological clock in sugarcane to gain a more in-depth understanding of how this signaling pathway influences plant productivity. By comparing the biological clocks of various sugarcane varieties, we aim to draw a correlation between the observed differences and their field performance. Additionally, we will explore how time can serve as valuable information for plants. For instance, does the biological clock assist plants in deciding how to utilize the sugars generated during photosynthesis, or the nitrogen absorbed by the roots? This line of inquiry could yield significant insights into plant behavior and productivity.