The infected leaves become a dwarf, crinkle and rolled upward and inward.
The veins become irregularly swollen on the lower surface.
The diseased beet shows discoloration of the vascular tissue.
The young roots become dwarfed and rootlets are twisted and distorted.
The death of rootlets leads to growth of new rootlets which gives the hairy root appearance.
Grow available resistant varieties.
Keep the field free from overwintered weeds.