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Two en:sugar beet roots. The one on the right is a traditional sugar beet. The one on the left, is a cultivated variety call SR96, which has been selected for its smoother root that collects less soil and needs less washing during processing.

USDA photo by Peggy Greb. Image Number K11128-1.


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