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Sugar Beet Crops

Growth, Fertilization & Yield



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Sugar beet pulp is the residue of sugar beet tissue after the extraction of sugar in the technology of sugar processing. Sugar beet pulp can be used as an animal feed and as a raw material for pectin and cellulose extraction. Furthermore, sugar beet pulp can be used for the production of concentrated dietary fibres for the food industry. Sugar beet is a good source of dietary fibres and is among the plants that give one of the highest carbohydrate yields per acre. For this reason, it's an ideal raw material for the production of ethanol which can be used as a motor fuel. This book gathers the latest research in this field from around the globe.
Release date Australia
July 1st, 2010
Edited by Claus T. Hertsburg
Country of Publication
United States
tables & b/w illus
Nova Science Publishers Inc
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