The beetle belongs to cold-sustained plants, but it is more demanding for heat than other roots. The cafeteria beet seeds begin to grow at +4 C, but the arrival of the vents is prolonged to 3 weeks. At 10° From the time of arrival (with sufficient soil moisture) to 10 days and seeds are the highest. At a higher temperature (15 °C) the outlets will be 5-6 p.m. and 20-25° C in three to four days. This is essential when choosing deadlines..but planting is better started at +6-8 C. The most favourable to the growth of the roots, and therefore to the greatest harvest, is 15-23 C.
The seeds are in solid dry fruits from which they cannot be removed. The fruits are connected between 3 and 5 States to solid clubs. That's the way they're planted. There's a few plants out of each tuber. This is where there is some outcryption that calls for survival.
Entertainment and adult plants badly carry freezes. The beetle is demanding to humidity and soil fertility, and it's bad to carry the stint. The well-being of the beetle is a weak acid or neutral response (RH 6-7).
Of all the roots, the canteen is the most demanding of soil fertility. High yields can be obtained with the required amount of fertilizers in easily absorbed form. The beetle can be built on any type of soil. Exemption is acidic, heavy soils with close groundwater storage. The best are the food-rich corns, soupesi and, in particular, the small-compound blacks.