How Michigan’s Sugarbeet Crop May Be Impacted by Hot, Dry Weather Conditions

Michigan Sugarbeets

According to USDA, 85 percent of Michigan’s sugarbeet crop is rated in good-to-excellent condition.

Even though Michigan’s Sugarbeets are off to an outstanding start so far, we are still in the “early innings of the ballgame” when it comes to this year’s growing season.

Click BELOW to hear Kevin Messing, East District Agronomy Manager with Michigan Sugar Company, as he talks with Michigan Ag Today about how the hot, dry weather that is in the forecast for the next several days could cause waterhemp and other weeds to grow and cause yield loss for Michigan sugarbeet grower-owners.


 

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