Sugar beet: between suffering, resilience and uncertainty

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Wednesday, August 31, 2022
The sugar beet is struggling, but it resists. The very good potential of the end of June allowed the plants to spend the month of July without too much trouble and to enjoy the sun to make sugar. But this potential has gradually deteriorated since the beginning of August. The result: high sugar richness, low root weights, few leaves... and weather that stays hot and dry. There is now a strong uncertainty about the ability of beets to continue to develop.
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