Sugar beet production for fodder: an investigation of the Lublin voivodship

Miekus, K.

Wies Wspolczesna 29(2(216)): 40-48

1975


Accession: 000211364

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Abstract
Sugar-beet is the most productive crop in Poland, with main producing area around Lublin, but so far Poland has not followed such countries as Denmark in devoting an increased acreage to sugar-beet as a feed crop. A method of production is described which reduces the minimum losses in storage and eliminates fermentation. Sugar-beet grown specifically for fodder requires raising sufficient yields from 1 ha to feed five to seven head of cattle. The expansion of fodder beet acreage in the Lublin area is being expanded in the 1976-1980 plan.