The two key components of sugar beet yield are the weight of sugar beet roots and the % sugar content of them. The combination of a high root yield and high sugar content will give the highest yield of sugar per hectare
See for yourself how micronutrient deficiencies affect oilseed rape development
Oilseed rape plants grown in sand and watered daily with a nutrient solution without boron, manganese and molybedenum and with just 25% magnesium requirements. The pot on the left side was sprayed with 3l/ha YaraVita Brassitrel Pro just before filming started
Identify and diagnose if your sugar beet is suffering from nutrient deficiencies and learn how to control or correct the deficiency. Choose a nutrient below to learn more about the symptoms of its deficiency in sugar beet and its effect on crop growth and development.
Yara has developed various tools and services to help farmers make the correct nutritional decisions and maximise their return on investment in fertiliser. Here is your sugar beet toolbox!
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