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Demonstration experiments for improving sugar content in sugarbeet fields producing low sugar content roots. 2. Surveys on sugar content and on-farm trials in Abashiri District


Proceedings of the Japanese Society of Sugar Beet Technologists ( 35): 28-33
Demonstration experiments for improving sugar content in sugarbeet fields producing low sugar content roots. 2. Surveys on sugar content and on-farm trials in Abashiri District
Twenty three sugarbeet fields in the Abashiri district were investigated. Sugarbeet roots had low sugar contents due to excessive N fertilizer application.


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