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Effect of agronomic and storage practices on raffinose, reducing sugar, and amino acid content of sugarbeet varieties


, : Effect of agronomic and storage practices on raffinose, reducing sugar, and amino acid content of sugarbeet varieties. Journal of the American Society of Sugar Beet Technologists 16(5): 369-383

The influence of harvest date, nitrogen fertilization and storage temperature on the content of these three juice impurities was studied in seven varieties. Significant varietal differences in raffinose content were recorded, which increased with storage. Differences in reducing sugar accumulation after storage were affected by disease and significant variety X temperature interactions were obtained.

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