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beet

see betavulgaris.

beet pulp
the residue of the roots when the juice is extracted. Highly regarded as a feed supplement for extra energy in high producing cows. Called also beets.
beet tops
the foliage of the beet plant, used as green feed but has a high oxalate content.
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The resulting roasted, peeled beets can be sliced, cubed or cut into wedges and served plain or used in any recipe calling for cooked beets.
The fungus Rhizoctonia solani was thought to be responsible for most of the root rot we see in Idaho sugar beet, and it does have a certain amount of impact," Strausbaugh says.
In our view, this situation creates a good fundamental backdrop for sugar beet producers, including BEF.
They asked the representatives of the plant to officially announce the decision, so that the farmers do not sow the sugar beet this year.
He added that 500,000 acres of sugar beets were cultivated this season, and that production is expected to reach 1.
Beet It Sport Pro-Elite bar is individually foil wrapped to keep it moist and chewy, and weighs 60g.
The NFU and British Sugar have agreed a price increase for next year's sugar beet harvest to address farmer concerns
The high costs of production associated with sugar beet processing outweigh any benefit Kassem receives from buying the raw materials at an artificially low cost, he said.
The bioplastic is manufactured from both sugar beet pulp and a biodegradable polymer called polylactic acid, or PLA, using a twin screw extruder.
PULL up beets when the tops of the roots are i to 3 inches across, usually about so to Go days after planting.
My garden rows are about 50 feet long, so I place about a half-ounce of beet seed per row.