sugarbeet


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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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Improvement of sugarbeet (Beta vulgaris) seed germination with water treatment.
The fertilization system had a rate of 40 t/hamanure for sugarbeet and potato and annual medium rate on crop rotation of N 140 kg/ha a.s., P 110 kg/ha a.s.
In Pakistan, the Khyber Pukhtunkhwa is the only region where both sugarcane and sugarbeet are produced (1).
House Agriculture Committee Chairman Collin Peterson recently addressed the annual meeting of the American Sugarbeet Growers Association via telephone.
In 2004, they formed the Red River Valley Sugarbeet Museum, Inc., purchased two buildings and several acres of land and began retrieving vintage equipment from tree rows and old sheds.
In Teesside, maize, wheat and sugarbeet could all be used with wood a future option.
Mainly grass in the summer, then in the winter he gets hay and a hard feed of chaff with sugarbeet mix and various supplements.
Other topics include the activities of a-amylases in the presence of polyethylene glycols, color and polysaccharide content in sugarcane and sugarbeet juice, and phosphorylases in the production of oligosaccharides.
A few years ago, I was fortunate enough to find temporary employment as a weeder of sugarbeet fields.
At the ARS Sugarbeet and Bean Research Unit in East Lansing, Michigan, Renfu Lu's team uses laser beams to judge taste, firmness, and other quality aspects of fresh produce.
We should be at 4.5 million tonnes," lamented Borchardt, in Paris to attend the General Assembly of the French National Confederation of Sugarbeet Planters (CGB).