Frost-damaged sugar beet crop

Frost-damaged sugar beet crop

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Credit: DR JEREMY BURGESS/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Frost-damaged sugar beet (Beta vulgaris) crop. Heap of harvested sugar beet that has been exposed to hard frost during a particularly cold winter. The roots are blackened in places by bacterial rot. This rendered the crop useless for processing and the beet were subsequently chopped, spread back on a field and ploughed in. Photographed in Norfolk, UK, in January 2011.

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