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I see no one has posted about sugar beets in several years. Is anyone planting these? I thought about adding a "small" strip around the dbltree rye mix this year. Just curious if it would be worth the time and see if any others are planting SB. thanks
Im not surprised. Further N is also better for growing them. If u got the fire to experiment - sure can’t hurt to try and may have some stellar results.They absolutely destroy them up here in Upper Michigan. I would love to see what a 5 acre plot of them would produce in December.
Conventional beets are a chore to grow, but deer love them in our region.
They had a 2-3 year span when they were round up ready. Then- ya, legal crap. If u were to buy 50 lbs to farm em- good to go!!!Sligh
We only do conventional. RR beets are a no no in food plots (Monsanto’s words, not mine).
If they were cleared for plots, I could sell a lot of them.
But for a late season plot, they are pretty impressive.