Minnesota sugar beet growing season off to great start

Southern Minnesota Beet Sugar Cooperative vice president Todd Geselius says planting began around the 11th of April.

“That is quite early for us.  With the equipment that everybody has nowadays, planting goes extremely rapidly, so we basically planted our entire crop in about 10 days.”

He tells Brownfield rain the past two weeks has been beneficial and stands look good.

The focus now is on weed control.

Read the full article on Browfield Ag News website.