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Uploaded on Mar 18, 2008
Beet harvest in the valley can get wet which can delay harvest somewhat, too hot and the harvest will be suspended until the temperature cools down enough for proper storage. 10-15% of the crop can be harvested in a normal day. About 10% of the crop is usually taken off during the month of September to remove field ends and make openings in preparation for full harvest which can take anywhere from 10-21 days and in some cases longer. Weather is a big factor in harvest length (heat, rain, frost) These Sugar Beets are processed by American Crystal Sugar Co.