Beet Review

Topical magazine providing insight into industry challenges, changes and new technology.

Founded in 1926, British Sugar Beet Review is the UK’s premier sugar beet publication produced for the UK Beet Sugar industry’s growers and advisers.

Access a vast range of technical information derived from the British Beet Research Organisation and British Sugar, as well as news and updates from people in the UK sugar beet industry.

Spring 2004

In this issue we look review the pest problems encountered and how to go forward and Mike May discusses Weed Beet and how it’s a hidden menace.

Winter 2003

John Pilbrow of British Sugar reports on the impact damage to beet from machinery used in the industry and what changes could be made.

Autumn 2003

This month’s review has an article on whether the mite might be a future problem on sugar beet and what can we do to be Wildlife-friendly.

Summer 2003

Dr Philip Draycott looks back over 40 years of soil fertility research and its value to the industry in this issue and there’s an update on crop profitability.

Spring 2003

In this issue Pam Baker gives us an insight into Carabid beetles and what importance they are to our crop and to other wildlife and Martin Lainsbury evaluates the FAR Tec...

Winter 2002

Brooms Barn examines drought tolerant sugar beet in this edition and BBROs help in getting the message across with their Technology Transfer Programme.

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