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Volume 12 Number 1

   

Silver Jubilee of the Society .....…………...……………

Dewey Stewart

   1
   

Sugar beet research and the Sugar Act..............………

Robert H. Shield

  5 
   

Current events in sugar …............……………………

Lawrence Myers

  12
   

The influence of research on efficiency of sugar beet production …….………….........................................

M. W. Parker

  20
   

A review of recent developments in the chemistry of sugar beet …….....……………..................................

Albert Carruthers

  31
   

Chemical control of Cercospora leaf spot in sugar beets .

R. E. Finkner, D. E. Farus, D. B. Ogden, C. W. Doxtator, R. H. Helmerick

  43
   

Sugar beet mechanization in the U.S.S.R. .........................

Carl W. Hall

  53
   
Thin layer chromatography of sugar beet saponins ………
A. J. van Duuren
  57
   

A survey of sugar beet nematode in beet growing areas of the Utah-Idaho Sugar Company  …………………………

Ronald C. Johnson, Joseph Nemazi

  64
   

The major considerations in the problem of package weight control………........................................................….

Hugh G. Rounds

 73 
   
Minutes of the Twelfth General Meeting of the American Society of Sugar Beet Technologists ……......…..……    81
   
Meritorious Service Awards .……………….…....…………    85
   
Forty-Year Veteran Awards………………….…………   89 
   
In Memoriam ………………….…….………………………    90
   
Volume 12 Number 2
   

Control of Cercospora Leaf Spot of Sugar beets with Protective Fungicides ……..............................................

F. R. Forsyth, C. E. Broadwell

   91
   

Experimental and Commercial Results with Tillam for Weed Control in Sugar beets….......................................................

J. Antognini

  94 
   

Electrostatic Separation of Cysts of the Sugar beet Nematode.............................................................................

D. R. Viglierchio, J. R. Goss

100
   

The Sphere Photometer …………………....................

W. O. Bernhardt, F.G. Eis, R. A. McGinnis

106
   

Effect of Incorporation Methods and Carrier Type of Endothal (TD-66) on Control of Weeds in Sugar beets ..….....

Clarence F. Becker, Gerald L. Costel, Harold P. Alley

127
   

Bulk Sugar Storage- Weibull silo …..………..........................

Allan Woods

135
   

Trends in Sugar beet Planter Design in Colorado ......…..

R. D. Barmington

141
   

The Sugar beet Nematode, Heterodera Schachtii Schmidt In southern Alberta ……...............................................

A. M. Harper, C. E. Lilly, E. J. Hawn

148
   

Selection for Low and High Aspartic Acid and Glutamine in Sugar beets...………..................................................

R.F. Finkner, C. W. Doxtator, P.C. Hanzas, R.H. Helmerick

152
   

The Development of Control Charts for Package Weights ..

J.R. Johnson

163
   

Control of Seedling Diseases of Sugar beets With Dexon and Dexon-PCNB Mixture..........................................................

M.M. Afanasiev

173
Notes Section   ……………………………………………… 179
   
Volume 12 Number 3
   

Lagooning and treatment of waste water….………………..

W.W. Barr

181
   

Effects of defoliation and reduction of stand on yield of sugar beets in southern Alberta .................................................

C. E. Lilly, A. M. Harper

192
   

Determination of amino nitrogen, pyrrolidone carboxylic acid nitrogen, and total nitrogen with ninhydrin ...…………………

W. A. Harris

200
   

Response of sugar beet to date of planting and infection by yellows viruses in ·northern California …………………….

F. J. Hills, W. H Lange, Jr., J.L. Reed, D. H. Hall, R. S. Loomis

210
   

Affination of low raw beet sugar …….…………………….

P. H. Loll, Hal L. Memmott

216
   

Methods of preparation and results of field planting of various types of processed monogerm sugar beet seed .…………

P. B. Smith, G. E. Walters

225
   

Effect of soil moisture, nitrogen fertilization, variety, and harvest date on root yields and sucrose content of sugar beets

D.G. Wooley, W.H. Bennett

233
   

Salt elimination during diffusion of sugar beets..…………

A. E. Goodban, J.B. Stark

238
   
Symposium on new methods, procedures and instruments for research and control laboratories  
Simplicity in analytical methods ...................................
W.A. Harris
245
   
Dual laboratory continuous Dorr system first carbonation apparatus ……................................................................. 249
   

Wet screening of sugar crystals from low purity massecuites and sugars ……...............................................................

Robert R. West, Robert S. Gaddie

251
   

Process liquor color determination in the sugar factory control laboratory ….....................................................................

Robert R. West, Robert S. Gaddie

253
   

Insecticide residue in sugar beet byproducts .....................

J.R. Johnson, S.E. Bichsel

255
   

The interaction of rates of phosphate application with fertilizer placement and fertilizer applied at planting time on the chemical composition of sugar beet tissue, yield, percent sucrose, and apparent purity of sugar beet roots ……...........................

J.F. Davis, Grant Nichol, Don Thurow

259
   

Selection for seed size in monogerm varieties ….…………..

C. W. Doxtator, R. H. Helmerick

268
   
Volume 12 Number 4
   

Correlations of pre-harvest samples and cultural practices with final yield and quality of sugar beets …………………….…

R. E. Friehauf, H. L Bush, E. E. Remmenga

273
   

The effect of phosphate applications on soil tests and on subsequent yield of field beans and wheat ………………

Donald Thurlow, Grant Nichol, J. F. Davis

284

Low raw sugar crystallization in connection with affination.

Hal L. Memmott, E. Clark Jones

288
   

Effects of nabam solutions on emergence of larvae from cysts of Heterodera schachtii in aqueous solutions and in soil ....

Arnold E. Steele

296
   

Evaluation of diffusates and juice of asparagus roots for their nematocidal effects on Heterodera schachtii …..……….…

Arnold E. Steele, Charles Price

299
   

Processing and drill performance of mono-germ beet seed ..

H. S. Redabaugh, G. W. Doxtator

301
   

Interrupted nitrogen nutrition effects on growth, sucrose accumulation and foliar development of the sugar beet plant ...

R. S. Loomis, D.J. Nevins

309
   

Greenhouse chambers for small seed increases ............…….

J.S. McFarlane, I.O. Skoyen

323
   

Status of sugar color and turbidity measurements ................

Frank G. Carpenter, Victor R. Deitz

326
   

Control of sugar beet nematode with 1, 3 dichloropropenes in irrigation water ………......................................................

L. E. Warren

348
   
Control of yeasts in sucrose syrup by control of syrup pH .…
D.D Leethem, F.G. Eis
359
   
Harvesting and delivering beets 24 Hours a day.……...........
J.C. Tanner
360
   
 Volume 12 Number 5
   

Ion exclusion purification of sugar juices ..………………..

Lloyd Norman, Guy Rorabaugh, Harold Keller

363
   

Some physico-chemical factors of the fruit influencing speed of germination of sugar beet seed ……...………...................

371
   

Effect of solids recirculation on purification of raw juices .…

F. Gale

378
   

Chemical genetic and soils studies involving thirteen characters in sugar beets ……............................................................

LeRoy Powers, W. R. Schmehl W. T. Federer, Merle G. Payne

393
   

An improved paper chromatography method of the determination of raffinose and ketose in beet root samples .....

S. E. Bichsel, J. R. Johnson

449
   
Volume 12 Number 6
   

Winter Protection of Piled Sugar Beet Roots …..…………...

S.T. Dexter, M.G. Frakes, D.I. Sunderland

455
   

Experiments in Vacuum Pan Control …..…………….........

J.G. Ziegler

462
   
Symposium on Instrumentation in the Sugar Industry, Problems and Application  
   

Instrument Maintenance in the Sugar beet Factory ...............

Hal L. Memmott, Park Gaugh

468
   

Cost Reduction through Instrumentation Improvement in Steam Balance, Fuel Savings and Other Material Savings ..

Harold C. Dyer

471
   

Marginal Nitrogen Deficiency of Sugar beets and the Problem of Diagnosis ……...........................................................

F.J. Hills, G.V. Ferry, Albert Ulrich, R.S. Loomis

476
   

Cultural and Pathogenic Studies of an Isolate of Cercospora Beticola Sacc..……........................................................

F.R. Forsyth, G.H. Unwin, F. Jursic

485
   

Yield and Quality of Sugar beets as Affected by Cropping Systems .……................................................................

K.R. Stockinger, A.J. MacKenzie, E.E. Cary

492
   

Growth Rate of Young Sugarbeet Roots as a Measure of Resistance to Virus Yellows............................................

J.M. Fife

497
   

Occurrence of Yellows Resistance in the Sugar beet with an Appraisal of the Opportunities for Developing Resistant Varieties ………………....…………................................

J.S. McFarlane, C.W. Bennett

503
   

Highly Virulent Strains of Curly Top Virus in Sugar beet in Western United States....................................................

C.W. Bennett

515
   

Use of Tetrazolium Salts in Determining viability of Sugar beet Pollen ……..............................................................…....

Richard J. Hecker

521
   

Effects of Root Diffusates of Various Nematode-Resistant and Susceptible Line of Sugar beet (Beta Vulgaris L.) on Emergence of Larvae from Cysts of Heterodera Schachtii....

Charles Price, Arnold F. Steele

529
   

Influence of Age and Supplemental Light on Flowering of Photothermally Induced Sugar beet Seedlings ….………....

John O. Gaskill

530
   

Effect of Nitrogen Fertilization on Yield and Quality of Sugar beets ……………............................................................

W.R. Schmehl, Ralph Finkner, Jerre Swink

538
   
Volume 12 Number 7
   

Effect of temperature during anthesis and seed maturation on yield and germinability of sugar beet seed …………………..

F.W. Snyder, G. J. Hogaboam

545
   

Postemergence weed control in sugar beets under California conditions .........................................................…………

D. E. Bayer, W. H. Isom, H. P. Ford, C. L. Foy

564
   

Sugar-beet root aphid resistance in sugar beet .......…………

R. L. Wallis, John O. Gaskill

571
   

Variety crosses in sugar beets (Beta vulgaris L.) I. Expression of heterosis and combining ability…………………………….

R. H. Helmerick, R. E. Finkner, C. W. Doxtator

573
   

Variety crosses in sugar beets (Bela vulgaris L.) II. Estimation of environmental and genetic variances for weight per root and sucrose percent ………………..........................................

R.H. Helmerick, R. E. Finkner, C. W. Doxtator

585
   

Variety crosses in sugar beets (Beta vulgaris L.) III. Estimating the number and proportion of genetic deviates by the partitioning method of genetic analysis ….........................

R. H. Helmerick, F. E. Finkner, C. W. Doxtator

592
   

Cultural and environmental requirements for production of zoospores by Aphanomyces cochlioides in vitro …………...

C. L. Schneider

597
   

The effect of method and rate of phosphate application on yield and quality of sugar beets ……………………………...

S. D. Romsdal, W. R. Schmehl

603
   

Influence of inhibitors in sugar beet fruits on speed of germination at 50 and 70 degrees Fahrenheit ….......……….

F. W. Snyder, S.T. Dexter

608
   
A technique for obtaining identical pairs of seedling beets ….. 614
   

Selection for speed of germination in sugarbeet ….…………

F.W. Snyder

617
   

Comparison of fluorescent and incandescent lamps for promotion of flowering in sugar beet seedlings ..……………

John O. Gaskill

623
   
NOTES SECTION  
   

Application of the shortcut method for estimating the standard deviation ……...…............................................................

R. E. Finkner, R. H. Helmerick, C. W. Doxtator

635
   
Volume 12 Number 8
   

Beta macrorhiza Stev .…………………………………….

R. K. Oldemeyer

637
   

The influence of factors other than soluble phosphorus in the nutrient medium on the phosphorus content of sugar beet plants ………………………………………........................

Jay L. Haddock, Darrel M. Stuart

641
   

Classification of sugar beet strains for resistance to Aphanomyces Cochlioides in greenhouse tests ……………..

C. L. Schneider

651
   

Restitution of growth in nitrogen deficient sugar beet plants ..

R. S. Loomis, G. F. Worker, Jr.

657
   

The distribution of airborne mesophilic bacteria, yeasts and molds in beet sugar factories …………..……………………

Paul S. Nicholes

666
   

The control of weeds in sugar beet by an Endothal/ Propham mixture applied at drilling ………...………………………....

D. Hunnam, G. L. Hey

672
   

Effect of plant spacing and fertilizer on yield, purity, chemical constituents and evapotranspiration of sugar beets in Kansas. I. Yield of roots, purity, percent sucrose and evapotranspiration ..

G. M. Herron, D. W. Grimes R. E. Finkner

686
   

Effect of plant spacing and fertilizer on yield, purity, chemical constituents and evapotranspiration of sugar beets in Kansas. II. Chemical constituents ……….......................................

R.E. Finkner, D. W. Grimes, G. M. Herron

699
   
Author 1ndex, Volume 12 ………………………………….. 715
   
Keyword Index, Volume 12…………………………………. 723