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Sugarbeet vinasse - for more soil fertility and higher yields

Pfalzer Bauer: ( 37)

Sugarbeet vinasse - for more soil fertility and higher yields

By working 2.5-3.5 t vinasse/ha into the soil, yields of sugarbeet, potatoes and other vegetables were increased by up to 20%. Results with sugarbeet were especially striking; yields of white sugar increased by up to 1 t/ha.

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