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Growing beets in the garden is done for both the delicious red root and the young greens. Learn how to grow beets and get additional tips on beet root care in the following articles. You’ll also find information about different types of beets and treating common problems.
Both the root and the greens are high in vitamins and nutrients. Bigger, sweeter roots come from plants that are grown in highly fertile ground. Learn more about feeding beet plants in this article. Click here for more information.
Most beet problems stem from insects, diseases, or environmental stressors. One such issue arises when beet plants are falling over or wilting. What are some of the reasons for a beet plant wilting and is there a solution? Find out here.
Though they are considered a thirsty crop, it is important to avoid over watering beets. Too much water can lead to disease and insect infestations, and possible crop failure. Learn more about beet plant watering in this article.
I love beets, but I do not love prepping them to be cooked. I am not fond of the way it imparts its color to other roasting veggies. But fear not. There is another beet out there – the golden beet. So, what are golden beets? Find out here.
We’ve been hearing a lot about corn syrup of late, but sugars used in commercially processed foods are derived from other sources besides corn. Sugar beet plants are one such source. Learn more about growing sugar beets in this article.
If you live in a cool climate, cultivating beets is the perfect garden project for you. There are many different beet varieties, so it’s just a matter of deciding which types of beet plants you would like to grow. This article can help.
A cool weather vegetable, beets are primarily grown for their sweet roots. When the plant flowers, the energy ends up going into flowering rather than into fostering beet root size. The question then is “how to avoid bolting in beetroots?” This article will help.
Love beets, but are devoid of garden space? Container grown beets just might be the answer. Read this article to learn about growing beets in containers so you can enjoy these tasty treats.
Beets are a favorite garden vegetable of gardeners in the United States. But what happens when you have deformed beets or your beets are too small. Learn more about these common issues with beet roots here.
When someone mentions beets, you probably think of the roots, but the delicious greens are growing in popularity. Read this article to find tips on learning more about beet green benefits and how to grow them.
Beet armyworms are green caterpillars that feed on a wide range of ornamental and vegetable plants. The following article will help with controlling and identifying beet armyworm damage.