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sugarbeet

[′shu̇g·ər‚bēt]
(botany)
Beta vulgaris. A beet characterized by a white root and cultivated for the high sugar content of the roots.
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With SESVanderHave, we now have a strong partner with many years of experience in sugarbeet breeding and cultivation, who will be able to make a crucial contribution in this regard.
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While the Red River Valley Sugarbeet Museum is currently open only by appointment, museum organizers invite the public to an annual harvest festival held each September.
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Organizations signing the letter include the American Sugarbeet Growers Association, American Sugar Cane League, Rio Grande Valley Sugar Growers, Inc.
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Scientists with the ARS Sugarbeet and Bean Research Unit, East Lansing, MI, sample apples with a prototype optical detector.
Lu and colleagues in the ARS Sugarbeet and Bean Research Unit, located on MSU's East Lansing campus, sample apples with a prototype optical detector.
The "torc" necklace was dug up by a farm sugarbeet machine in a field in Sedgeford, Norfolk, in 1965, but missing a ring.
Lu is an agricultural engineer at the ARS Sugarbeet and Bean Research Unit in East Lansing, Mich.