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Volume 13 Number 1
   

Presidential Address………………………………………..…

Guy Rorabaugh

   1
   

Not a new, but another look at sugar …………………….…

C. F. MacLeod

  5 
   

The challenges of an expanding beet sugar industry ……….

G. D. Manuel

  9 
   

Agriculture's responsibility in a growing economy ………...

Eric Thor

 13 
   

Nitrogen effects on sugar crops …………………..……......

L. D. Baver

 21 
   

Isolates of beet mosaic virus with different degrees of virulence ..........................................................................

C. W. Bennett

 27 
   

Marble leaf of sugar beet, caused by a juice transmissible virus ……..……......................................................................

C. W. Bennett

 33 
   

Critical levels versus quantity-quality factors for assessing nutritional status of sugar beet plants ………………………

Jay L. Haddock, Darrel M. Stuart

 42 
   

A rapid method for the routine factory analysis of lactic acid .

R. F. Olson

 59 
   

Beet leafhopper and curly-top disease survey in Washakie County …………..............................................................

Dale Fullerton

 62 
   

Redistribution of nitrate in soils and its effects on sugar beet nutrition…..…...................................................................

Myron Stout

 68 
   

Effectiveness of PEBC, DATC, and Endothall for controlling weeds in sugar beets in Western Nebraska …......................

G. A. Wicks, F. N. Anderson

 81 
   
Minutes of the Thirteenth General Meeting of the American Society of Sugar Beet Technologists ……..…………...…..  96 
   
Meritorious Service Awards ………..…….………………… 101
   
Forty Year Veteran Awards ……………………………...... 104
   
Volume 13 Number 2
   

The fate of formaldehyde in sugar beet juices ………………

A. Carruthers, J. F. T. Oldfield

105
   

Influence of size of fruit and seed on germination of a monogerm sugar beet variety..............................................

F. W. Snyder, G. J. Hogaboam

116
   

Levels of total nitrogen, potassium and sodium in petioles and in thin juice of sugar beets ……….........…………………..

Merle G. Payne, LeRoy Powers, Grace W. Maag

127
   

Associations of levels of total nitrogen, potassium, and sodium in petioles and in thin juice with weight of roots per plot, percentage sucrose and percentage apparent purity in sugar beets…...............................................................................

LeRoy Powers, Merle G. Payne

138
   

Variation in emergence of sugar beet plants attributable to different drill units of the same planter ……………………

H. L. Bush

151
   

Evaporator heat transfer coefficients for beet sugar solution ...

Allison S. Chang

153
   

Influence of prolonged association of sugar-beet nematode and tomato on intensity of parasitism ………....……………….

Arnold E. Steele

170
   

Longevity of sugar beet seed…….....………………………

D.W. Robertson, Mildred L. Thornton

177
   

Sucrose determination in sugar beets using paper chromatography and spectrophotometry ……………………

Spiros M. Constantinides, C. L. Bedford

185
   

Beet pulp in all-barley rations…………..….…………………

W. A. Harris

192
   
Volume 13 Number 3
   

The Effect of Incorporation Methods on Weed Control with Tillam in the Rocky Mountain Region ………………………

E. G. Eckroth, E. M. Holst, D. F. Peterson

195
   

Mathematical Approach to Determine Vacuum Pan Boiling Time for Full Seeding Method Using Milled Fondant ………

Allison S. Chang

201
   

Thin Film Ultra-Violet Sterilization of Liquid Sugar, Using the Aquafine Sterilizer...........................................................

Robert S. Gaddie, Robert R. West, E.G. Bennison

214
   

Paper Chromatographic Determination of Raffinose in Sugar Beet Molasses …................................................................

Fern Janlzet, A. L. Potter

218
   

The Effect of Simulated Hail Injuries on Yield and Sugar Content of Beets ………....................................................

M. M. Afanasiev

225
   

Soil Temperature and Nitrogen Effect on Yield and Phosphorus Uptake by Sugar Beets ………………………...

S. Dubetz, G. C. Russell

238
   

Losses Caused by Beet Mosaic Virus in California Grown Sugar Beets………............................................................

R. J. Shepherd, F. J. Hills, D. H. Hall

244
   

An Evaluation of a Multiple Bed Deionization Process for Beet Sugar Recovery ……..........................................................

Frank X. McGarvey

252
   

Methods of Loosening Tight Seed Caps in Monogerm Seed to Improve Germination ........................................................

F. H. Peto

281
   
Volume 13 Number 4
   

Instrumentation within the British Sugar Corporation…...……

J.E. A. Rich

287
   

Operation of juice softeners in a beet sugar factory …….…

L. P. Orleans, W. A. Harris, L. W. Norman, H. W. Keller

296
   

Sugar beet production in Michigan as affected by crop sequence and fertility levels …............................................

L. S. Robertson, R. L. Cook, C. D. Piper, R. H. Dowdy, J. F. Davis

304
   

The effects of five legume crops on soil populations of the sugar beet nematode (Heterodera schachtii Schmidt) ...........

Arnold E. Steele, Charles Price

314
   

Historical highlights in sugar beet harvest mechanization .……

Austin A. Armer

318
   

Some effects of ionizing radiation on the metabolism and growth of sugar beets…......................................................

Myron Stout, John D. Spikes

333
   

Impact effects on germination and seedling vigor of sugar beets …………………...............................................................

O. R. Kunze, F. W. Snyder, C. W. Hall

341
   

On the nature of hatching of Heterodera Schachtii. II. Natural sources of hatching stimulants .....……………………………

D.R. Viglierchio, P. K. Yu

354
   

The performance of sugar beet selections made for purity and chloride at three levels of nitrogen fertility …………………….

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

362
   

Resistance to the sugar beet nematode (Heterodera schachtii) in F tetraploid hybrids between Beta vulgaris and Beta patellaris ........................................................................

Helen Savitsky, Charles Price

370
   

Occurrence of the alfalfa mosaic virus in sugar beet in California.........................................................................

R. J. Shepherd, D. H. Hall, D. E. Purcifull

374
   
Volume 13 Number 5
   
Relation of water soluble substances in fruits of sugar beet to speed of germination of sugar beet seeds ..…………….……
F. W.
Snyder John M., Sebeson, J. L. Fairley
379
   

Preplant weed control on sugar beets …....………………......

E. F. Sullivan, R. R. Wood, R. L. Abram, S. G. Walter  

389
   

Breeding sugar beets for resistance to the cyst nematode Heterodera schachtii…..................................................

Charles Price

397
   

The chemical destruction of sucrose, fructose, and glucose in hot alkaline process juices and liquors ..…………………

S. E. Bichsel

406
   

Waste water treatment studies at Tracy, California .............

Lloyd W. Norman, James E. Laughlin, L. O. Mills

415
   

A new approach to the saccharate cake purity determination...

Karl Schoenrock

425
   

Sugar beet tops and modern sugar beet production …………

Lionel Harris, D. C. Clanton, M. A. Alexander

432
   

Flotation and conveying air velocities for processed monogerm sugar beet fruit ….............................................................…

O.R. Kunze, C. W. Hall, F. W. Snyder

448
   
Injection of preemergence herbicides ....……………………
C. R. Kaupke
462

Uses for sugar beet pulp …….……………………………………

R. M. McCready, A. E. Goodban

467
   
Volume 13 Number 6
   

Additional hosts of the beet water mold Aphanomyces cochlioides Drechs………….............................................

 C. L. Schneider

469
   

The Findlay flume and condenser water system …...........…

S. L. Force

478
   

Ion exclusion purification of molasses ……......………………

J. B. Stark

492
   

Thin layer chromatography of sugar beet carbohydrates ..…

H. G. Walker, Jr., B. A. Ricci, J. C. Goodwin

503
   

Production practices affecting yield and sugar content of sugar beets grown in Ontario, Canada-1961 and 1962…………

C. S. Baldwin, C. E. Broadwell, J. F. Davis

509
   

Host-parasite relation of Nacobbus batatiformis and the sugar beet and other hosts ..........................................................

M.L. Schuster, Robert Sandstedt, Larry W. Estes

523
   

Combining ability in auto triploid sugar beets, Beta vulgaris L..

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

538
   

Paired-plant crosses in sugar beets….…………………….…

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

548
   

Sugar beet breeding lines combining resistance to bolting and disease ..……………........................................................

J. S. McFarlane, I. O. Skoyen

555
   
Volume 13 Number 7
   

Control of Cercospora leaf spot of sugar beet with ultra-low-volume oil-based fungicidal mists .....……………………....

C. L. Schneider

563
   

Liming of sugar beet cossettes .………………………………

Alan E. Goodban, Rolland M. McCready

566
   

The host range of the sugar beet nematode, Heterodera schachtii Schmidt …...…….............................................

Arnold E. Steele

573
   

Heterodera schachtii in relation to damage from root rot of sugar beets ….…….........................................................

Charles Price, C. L. Schneider

604
   

Evaluation of sugar beet storage practices by using the percentage purity of the "thin juice"……………………..

S. T. Dexter M.G. Frankes

607
   

Nutrient balance and concentration in sugar beet production ....

Jay L. Haddock, Darrel M. Stuart

613
   

Weight of fruits in self-fertile, male-sterile, and self-sterile diploid and tetraploid monogerm Beta vulgaris L. ......….....

V. F. Savitsky, Helen Savitsky

621
   

Laboratory screening tests of the insecticides for control of the beet webworm ….........................................................

Walter E. Peay

645
   

Insect control on sugar beets by seed or soil treatments ..….

Howard E. Dorst

649
   
Volume 13 Number 8
   

Effectiveness of selection for tetraploid plants in Co generation on the basis of the number of chloroplasts in stomata .…….

Helen Savitsky

655
   

Recent advances in molasses exhaustion .………………….

K. W. R. Schoenrock, J. R. Johnson

662
   

Colorimetric micro determination of calcium in sugar-house products ………………....................................................

G. V. Heyndrickx

681
   

A method for positive selection of 4N sugar beet plants in the vegetative Co generation ………….………………………...

G. H. Rank, L. E. Evans

687
   

On the nature of hatching of Heterodera schachtii. III. Principles of hatching activity ……………………………....

D. R. Viglierchio P. K. Yu

698
   

Odor in refined sugar …………....................………….......

Robert R. West, Robert S. Gaddie

716
   

Probability analysis of herbicide response ………….…….....

E. F. Sullivan, H. L. Bush

721
   

A regression study on tare samples of sugar beets in relation to factors influencing productivity and quality …...………….....

George K. Ryser

727
   
Notes Section ………………………….…………………...... 748