How has the cultivation of the sugar-beet affected the cane-sugar industry in the British West Indies?
Before the war it was cultivated, hedgeless land, under corn and sugar-beet.
It is more profitable to import wheat from the United States and rye from Russia in order to use the land for the sugar-beet.
"The French have so cultivated the sugar-beet, that it grows to a great size," said Gill.
A similarly bright future may be predicted for the irrigation scheme at Konia, where will arise a sugar-beet industry.
sugar-beet culture was tried in the years following 1890 with indifferent success until the introduction of bounties in 1901.
We'll import Russian Jews to raise sugar-beets for the sugar-beet factory which we will establish.
Sarah Jane assumed the pleasing color of the sugar-beet, without seeming inwardly unhappy.
The sugar-beet is rasped or ground to a pulp and then subjected to great pressure.
The sugar-beet is extensively cultivated, in spite of the great trade resulting from the cane-sugar industry of the East Indies.