Sugarbeet

Figure 1. Aerial imagery was collected at bean emergence using a drone. All dark green rows correspond to plots with different rates of char (10, 20, 30, 40, and 60 tons/acre).
Figure 1. Aerial imagery was collected at bean emergence using a drone. All dark green rows correspond to plots with different rates of char (10, 20, 30, 40, and 60 tons/acre).

Coal Combustion Residue: A Potential Soil Amendment February 22, 2018

University of Nebraska researchers applied char, a by-product of sugar beet processing, at three sites to study its effect on soil properties.

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Figure 1. Complete and permanent collapse of sugarbeet petioles and leaves caused by Rhizoctonia Root and Crown Rot.
Figure 1. Complete and permanent collapse of sugarbeet petioles and leaves caused by Rhizoctonia Root and Crown Rot.

Exploring the Rhizoctonia Pathogens of Sugarbeet February 16, 2018

This is the first article in a series on distinct sugarbeet root rot diseases caused by the genus Rhizoctonia.

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Spreader spreading sugar beet char
Spreader spreading sugar beet char

UNL Studying Whether Sugarbeet Char Can Improve Soil June 9, 2016

Scientists from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln (UNL) have begun a multi-year study into whether high-carbon char, a fine, powdery coal dust left over from sugarbeet processing, can improve crop fields.

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