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ANALYSIS OF LOCALLY-GROWN SUGAR BEET.

We have been favored with a copy of a report just received from the Colonial Analyst, Mr Bickerton, on an analysis of sugar beet, submitted by his the Mayor, H. Friedlander, Esq. Three samples, one grown by Messrs Sealy Bros, and two by Messrs Friedlander Bros., were forwarded for analysis, the result being highly satisfactory. The following arc the particulars of the analysis:— Per cent.

Grown by Weight. of Sugar. No, i.. Sealy Bros. .. i 6-16 lb. 13*19 „ 2..Friedlander Bros. .. lb. .. 6*76 f , 3. .Friedlander Bros. .. 3 lb. • • 6*38 We shall comment further on this in oar next issue.

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ANALYSIS OF LOCALLY-GROWN SUGAR BEET., Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 311, 5 April 1881

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ANALYSIS OF LOCALLY-GROWN SUGAR BEET. Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 311, 5 April 1881

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