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Planting sugar beets
Sugar beets are similar to the familiar red-rooted garden beet, but are much larger, reaching about 2 to 4 pounds when mature. They tend to have shiny, white roots, and as you might guess, a high sugar content, containing 13 to 22 percent sucrose.
To plant, prepare your seed beds in a sunny location with firmly packed soil. Sow the seed in slightly moist soil at a depth of three-quarters to 1.5 inches. Sugar beets adapt well to a variety of soil types, but you'll want to make sure the soil is well-drained and free of roots and large stones that can inhibit the roots' growth. Sugar beets prefer a soil pH of 6.0 to 6.5. Get your soil tested at a local Extension office and add lime as recommended to bring soil pH up if needed. It's best to apply lime early—at least 30 days before planting.
Virginia Tech Extension experts recommend planting seeds 1 inch apart in rows and then thinning the plants when they grow 4 to 6 leaves, spacing the plants 10 to 12 inches apart. Space rows 18 to 24 inches apart.
Sugar beets usually reach maturity in 90 to 95 days and grow best when daytime temperatures are between 60 and 80 degrees F and nighttime temperatures are between 40 and 50 degrees. Remember that sugar beets stop growing when they run up against a hard freeze, so plan to plant in late spring in northern climates, although you can plant in early spring or even late winter in more southern locales.
Sugar beet seedlings compete poorly with weeds, and even larger sugar beet plants may not be able to shade out problem weeds. Growers should mount an effective weed control campaign by hand pulling and spot spraying problem areas with herbicide throughout the growing season.
Root rots, powdery mildew and Cercospora leaf spot are the most common sugar beet diseases, while cutworms, flea beetles, wireworms, root aphids, white grubs and webworms rank amongst the most troublesome insect pests. Consult with your local Extension office for fungicide or insecticide recommendations if you suspect a serious problem.
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