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Johnston said Canadians want to be neighborly but worry that unpredictable policy in Washington will keep manifesting itself in migrant flows through their sugar beet and wheat fields.
At its far end is Charles de Gaulle airport, a sprawling avant-garde mess that touched down on the fields of sugar beet and tulips next to the village of Roissy in 1974.
Beet wastewater — left over from sugar beet processing — cheese brine, pickle juice and potato juice are some of the unconventional deicers being tested.
That number rose as the sugar beet industry grew and the U.S. signed an 1876 treaty with Hawaii.
Even though Ohio stopped growing sugar beets years ago because other crops are more lucrative, most of the state's farmers back the sugar supports, says Ohio Farmer's Union treasurer Roger Wise of Fremont.
For more than 30 years, the federal government has guaranteed U.S. sugar beet and sugar cane producers a minimum price for their product through a system of price support loans, quotas and buy-backs.
Websites such as the Workamper News list jobs as varied as ushering at NASCAR tracks in Florida, picking sugar beets in Minnesota and working as security guards in the Texas oil fields.
Surrounding the city and sprinkled among its tidy tract neighborhoods, potatoes, alfalfa, sugar beets and corn grow in fields.
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: a white beet that is grown for the sugar in its root
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