Drought-hit early sugar beet yields not as bad as feared

Farmers Weekly
Friday, October 14, 2022
Early sugar beet yields are better than first feared, with a wide range of yields being reported across eastern England, after a spring and summer drought restricted root growth. Beet yields are clearly down on last year’s average of just over 80t/ha, but not the disaster some growers dreaded after rain around the August bank holiday weekend rescued some hard-pressed drought-stressed crops.
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