To determine the required quantity of sugarbeet seed units, enter your planned sugarbeet acreage. Then adjust the row space and seed spacing via the sliders. You will then receive the correct quantity of seed units – tailored to your needs.
Um die benötigte Anzahl Einheiten Saatgut für Ihren Zuckerrübenanbau zu bestimmen, geben Sie bitte Ihre geplante Zuckerrüben-Anbaufläche in Hektar ein und regulieren Sie den Reihenabstand und die Ablageweite über die Schieberegler. Anschließend erhalten Sie die auf Ihren Bedarf abgestimmte Menge an Zuckerrübensaatgut.
Bloomington, MN May 23, 2018 – Betaseed announced today continued sponsorship and support for the Ralph Engelstad Arena athletic activities on the University of North Dakota campus in Grand Forks, ND.
Betaseed started their sponsorship in 2014 and has since increased the contribution level given the continued opportunity to support scholarships that positively contribute to academic success.
“We’re excited to continue with this sponsorship,” said Jason Evenson, Regional Sales Manager for Betaseed. “We have had the opportunity to host and greet customers and allied industry visitors at The Ralph, while also contributing to student success. Betaseed puts a high value on sponsorships that support the community, and this specific sponsorship does just that.”
“The Ralph is a central meeting place for many of our customers, giving us the opportunity to talk with them over a meal and a great hockey game, while supporting student academics and athletes,” said Lynn Dusek, Betaseed Sales Manager in the American Crystal growing region. “It definitely seems to be a win-win situation for UND and for Betaseed.”
Betaseed, Inc., headquartered in Bloomington, Minnesota, is North America’s premier sugarbeet seed supplier. From our start in 1970, Betaseed has maintained a longstanding commitment to the beet sugar industry, with research and seed production operations in several states and marketing seed to all sugarbeet markets. Our mission is to develop the best performing seed products and services through innovative people, plant breeding, and seed technology.
Press contact – Lisa Butzer
Bloomington, MN, July 23, 2018 – Betaseed, Inc. announces the promotion of Margaret Rekoske to Director of Breeding and Product Development effective June 30, 2018.
Rekoske has over twenty-five years of experience with the Betaseed breeding and research teams where she started as a Research Agronomist and for the last 10 years has held the position of Lead Plant Breeder at Shakopee, MN. Rekoske attended Winona State, the University of Minnesota and the UC Davis Plant Breeding Academy. Her education combined with her industry experience provides a strong foundation as a leader serving Betaseed, Inc. and the entire sugarbeet industry.
During her career, Rekoske has played a key part in the advancement and development of breeding goals and products. Besides the many new sugarbeet seed varieties she has developed, Margaret has been instrumental in the establishment of the root aphid greenhouse test and the Aphanomyces, Fusarium and root maggot breeding programs.
As Director of Breeding, Rekoske will be more closely involved in establishing the strategic direction for the breeding program, with particular focus on projecting the future goals and product needs of the North American market. "Margaret's leadership and expertise have been invaluable to our organization and our ability to provide our customers with the varieties that are best for their operation" said John Enright, Betaseed president.
Bloomington, MN, July 12, 2018 – Betaseed Inc. has opened a new sugarbeet steckling storage facility in Othello, WA.
“The new Othello facility allows Betaseed, Inc. to better control the quality of stored stecklings,” said Bryan Meier, Director of Operations, Betaseed, Inc. "The company has spent the last two years creating and building a steckling storage facility to augment the high quality of our commercial seed. This location, being centrally located to one of our key production areas, will help with our processing efficiency and effectiveness.”
Construction on the new site started in March 2017 and offers approximately 30,000 square feet of computer controlled cold storage, processing equipment, general storage, and office facilities. The facility is managed by Joseph Bailie, a 5-year veteran of Betaseed, Inc. Joe was supported by various team members through the design, engineering, and construction process, and is extremely pleased with the new facility.
“With the addition of this new location, Betaseed, Inc. continues to demonstrate a high level of commitment to the entire North American sugarbeet industry,” said John Enright, President of Betaseed, Inc. “Sugarbeet growers can take comfort from the fact that seed produced and processed in Betaseed, Inc. facilities, which operate under strict quality assurance guidelines, meet or exceed seed production and processing standards.”
BETASEED, INC. announces a 2018 Scholarship Winner in the Western Sugar South area. Ashlynn Haun was awarded a $500 Scholarship.
Mike Marker, sales representative with Betaseed, presented the check.
Ashlynn graduated this spring and will be attending Kansas State University to pursue a degree in Interior Design and Leadership. Ashlynn is the daughter of Chris and Alena Haun. Chris and his father Chuck farm near Scottsbluff, Nebraska. Ashlynn is a member of 4-H and is actively involved many school and community activities.
Betaseed awards annual scholarships to students to help further their college education. The scholarship committee selected Ashlynn based on the essay she submitted on “The History and Future of Sugarbeets”. Betaseed is proud to support the region’s youth and wishes Ashlynn a very successful college career.
Betaseed, Inc., headquartered in Bloomington, Minnesota, is North America’s premier sugarbeet seed company. From our start in 1970, Betaseed has maintained a longstanding commitment to the beet sugar industry, with research and seed production operations in several states and marketing seed to all sugarbeet markets. Our mission is to develop the best performing seed products and services through innovative people, plant breeding, and seed technology.
Press contact – Rene Scheurer
BETASEED, INC. announces a 2018 Scholarship Winner in the Western Sugar South area. Kelli Horstman was awarded a $500 Scholarship.
Brian Specht, sales representative with Betaseed, presented the check.
Kelli graduated this spring and will be attending Nebraska Wesleyan University to pursue a degree in Nursing. Kelli is the daughter of Rex and Kay Horstman. Rex and his brother Rick farm near Hemingford, Nebraska. Kelli is involved in various sports, SCCLA, CSC Scholastics, Health Professionals Club, the Student Council and is a member of the National Honor Society.
Betaseed awards annual scholarships to students to help further their college education. The scholarship committee selected Kelli based on the essay she submitted on “The History and Future of Sugarbeets”. Betaseed is proud to support the region’s youth and wishes Kelli a very successful college career.