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Some 224,000 tons of sugar beets are harvested in average per year.
He attributed the increase in sugar stocks to the development of production lines and raising the efficiency of the capacity of operation of the plant from 14,000 tonnes of beet to 20,000 tonnes of beet per day, which raised the production of beet sugar and molasses.
They observed that prospect of commercial sugar beet farming in the region seems to be very bright which can contribute a lot in addressing the country's sugar deficit.
"Naryn, Issyk-Kul and some parts of Chuy region started growing beets, but to process them, they spend a lot of money on transportation.
Beet cultivation is becoming simpler in developed regions, while developing markets are able to facilitate a steady supply of refined beet.
Washington [USA], Jan 06 ( ANI ): While both beet sugar and cane sugar are found in a variety of food, the question remains as to what is the difference between the two and which one is healthier.
Under salt-stress environment of soil receiving saline water of EC 8 and 16 (dS m-1), sugar beet plants have synthesized more proline in their leaves.
The iron is able to strengthen the blood, thus preventing anemia, and this is especially in the case of the beet, because it contains even more iron than the spinach.
With advancement in the food technology sphere, producers have improved food offerings specifically focusing on enhancing the nutritional content and also adding beet elements to other non-conventional meals.
"We're defying all previous notions of beets," promises Love Beets' website.