Will Sugar Beets Be America’s Next Big Energy Crop?

Equipment makers and dealers that offer equipment for producing and harvesting sugar beets may soon have the opportunity to grow their sales.

Researchers at North Dakota State Univ. are reporting that progress continues on a project to develop a new industrial crop in North Dakota called energy beets, which are sugar beets bred for the biofuel market and industrial purposes, such as high-value chemicals.

Progress includes research that shows how energy beets can be successfully…

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