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Sugar Beet

Sugar beet is one of then most responsive crops to good agronomy. And within its agronomy, crop protection is a major contributor to yield and profit. We at Bayer are focused on providing solutions to all the crop protection issues you face in growing sugar beet, be it weed competition, pest damage or disease threats.

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Rapid establishment is the first step to beating virus yellows

The withdrawal of neonicotinoid seed treatments means crops are once again at risk from a complex of viruses that can lead to yield losses of up to 47%. With nothing as nearly as reliable available to protect crops, growers will have to develop a strategy that considers everything from establishment to weed control to the strategic use of a single insecticide if crops are to make it through to about 12 to 13 weeks when the plant’s natural defences start to provide protection.

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