The most crucial period in sugar beet for laying a high level of yield is the first few weeks after germination. This stage is critical for the development of the root system and maintaining the health of the conductive beams. At this time, the formation of cambial rings. The number and size of these rings determine the level of the future harvest. A number of adverse conditions - lack of moisture, nutrients, temperature and herbicidal stresses slow down the growth of cambial rings and cause a shortage of yield. Therefore, it is advisable to make a nutrition correction using foliar application in the phase of 4-5 pairs ofleaves Ecoline Phosphitium(K) 1.5-2.0 l / ha or Gros phosphites NP 1.5 l / ha + Ecoline Universal Growth (Chelates) 1.5 l / ha. With a lack of magnesium in the phase of closing the leaves in a row - Ecoline Magnesium (Chelation) in a dose 1.5-2.0 l / ha.
Late sowing of sugar beets that fall under adverse conditions, even with sufficient nutrient supply, is recommended to feed the foliar with microelements. Young plants are especially sensitive to micronutrient deficiencies. The need for trace elements for foliar nutrition is: Mn 250-800 g / ha, 250-400 g / ha, Zn 200-350 g / ha, Cu 60-80 g / ha, Mo 3-15 g / ha.
Sugar beet is a classic borophilic culture. The lack of boron leads to the death of growth points, the disease of conductive beams, which can turn into a rotten heart, the hollowness of the roots. From the 6th leaf phase to the closing of the leaves between the rows, we recommend Ecoline Bor (Premium) from 1.0 l / ha to 1.5 l / ha with the addition of Ecoline Magnesium (Chelation) 1.5-2.0 l / ha.
In the case of diagnosing and establishing the need for other elements and in order to prevent fungal and bacterial diseases, as well as improving drought resistance and heat resistance, improvement of nitrogen absorption can be applied and other fertilizers, in particular: Ecoline Manganese (Chelate) 0.5-1.0 l / ha, Ecoline Copper (Chelate) 1.0-1.5 l /ha, Ecoline Iron (Chelate) 1.0 l / ha.
At the final stage of sugar beet cultivation, it is important to pay attention to the quality of sugar raw materials. In addition to feeding plants with boron at a dose of 1.0 l / ha and simultaneously with the last treatment with fungicides,gives good results in terms of increasing sugar content and reducing the content of alpha amino nitrogen Ecoline Phosphite (K-amino) at a dose of 1.5 l / ha.