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Beet sugar quality: A practical improvement strategy

, : Beet sugar quality: A practical improvement strategy. Proceedings of the meetings of the Scientific Committee, the Sub Committee ' Colour and Crystallization' and the Sub Committee ' Beet Quality and Storage' held in Bratislava, Slovakia, 15-17 June 1992: 28

Improvement of sugarbeet quality has become progressively more important for improving factory performance; a strategy for these aims is explained.

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