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Sugar-beet varieties, in particular the regional adaptation of varieties bred by the Branch Station of the Japanese Sugar Beet Institute


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Japanese Journal of Breeding (Ikushu-gaku Zasshi) 21(4): 219-226



Trials of five Japanese and four foreign varieties in various regions of Japan showed that Shi 7 7 had very early root development and a fairly high sugar percentage. Harumasari was bred for autumn sowing, with emphasis on bolting resistance, and is adapted to overwintering hi the warm regions of Japan.

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