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How much space does sugar beet need?

How much space does sugar beet need?

DLG Mitteilungen 96(4): 201-203

For sugar beet grown with singling, a population of not less than 65 000-70 000 plants/ha is recommended. Reducing the population from 75 000 to 55 000/ha reduced root yield by 6% (c. 3 t/ha) and sugar content by 3% (0.5 deg S). The seed spacings required to give a population of 80 000 plants/ha after corrective hoeing with 50-80% field emergence are tabulated. With a seed spacing of 12 cm and 55% emergence, gaps > 36 cm occurred in 9-10% of cases.

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