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Volume 15 Number 1

Presidential address ............................................................
Lloyd T. Jensen
  1 
   
The future of the sugarbeet industry from a growers' viewpoint
Richard W. Blake
  6 
   
The agricultural executive looks at the future of the beet sugar industry.................................................................................
B. E. Easton
 13 
   
A processing executive looks at the future of the beet sugar industry.................................................................................
Rowland M. Cannon
  21
   
The sugar sales executive looks at the future of the beet sugar industry.................................................................................
B. A. Oxnard
 29 
   
Management point of view on looking into the future of the beet sugar industry........................................................................
Guy D. Manuel
 31 
   
Soil moisture conditions, nutrient uptake and growth of sugarbeets as related to method of irrigation of an organic soil....................................................................................
D. W. Henderson, F. J. Hills, R. S. Loomis, E. F. Nourse
 35 
   
The evaluation of and the use of the topcross test as a method of selecting inbred lines of sugarbeets for general combining ability..................................................................................
R . K. Oldemeyer, W. H. Davis, H. L. Bush, A. H. Erichsen
 49 
   
The relation of beet molasses composition to true purity Part 1. Composition.........................................................................
J. B. Stark, R. M. McCready
 61 
   
The relation of beet molasses composition to true purity Part II. Statistical evaluation .............................................................
J. B. Stark, R. M . McCready, A. E. Goodban
 73 
   
Minutes of the Fifteenth General Meeting of the American Society ot Sugar Beet Technologists.....................................  85 
   
Meritorious Service Awards...................................................  90 
   
Volume 15 Number 2
   
Relative damage of Cercospora leaf spot in sugarbeet varieties..
Gerald E. Coe
 95 
   
Effect of low colchicine concentrations on inducing autotetraploidy in sugarbeets .................................................
Helen Savitsky
101
   
Breeding for Rhizoclonia resistance in sugarbeet ...................
John O. Gaskill
107
   
The osmolality of sugarbeet press juices.................................
A. E. Goodban, R. M. McCready
120
   
Biotreatment of Steffen house waste......................................
K. Ichikawa, C. G. Golueke, W. J. Oswald
125
   
Selection for resistance and chemical control of Rhizoclonia root rot of sugarbeet...........................................................
M. M. Afanasiev, D. E. Baldridge
151
   
Uptake of phosphorus by sugarbeets......................................
Olaf C. Soine
159
   
The use of food-grade phosphoric acid in processing sugarbeet diffusion juice to obtain a by-product feed supplement ............
S. T. Dexter, M. G. Frakes, C. E. Miles J. W. Lyons
167
   
The influence of planting rate and thinning method on sugarbeet stand...................................................................................
Clarence F. Becker
177
   
Volume 15 Number 3
   
A method of selecting individual sugarbeet roots for weight and sucrose percentage...............................................................
John O. Gaskill
187
   
The effect of infection with beet yellows virus on the growth of sugarbeet............................................................................
R. Hull
192
   
Effect of postemergence applications of herbicides on sugarbeet development and weed control in central California................
Bill B. Fischer, L. K Beutler
200
   
Standard liquor storage.........................................................
Lee R. Lott, George R. Hales
209
   
Comparison of the effect on beet seed production of spring and fall infestations of beet leafhoppers carrying curly top virus.....
Orin A. Hills, R. W. Brubaker
214
   
Chemical control of Cercospora leaf spot of sugarbeets in Nebraska, 1965 ...................................................................
D. S. Wysong, M. L. Schuster, R. E. Finkner, E. D. Kerr
221
   
Scintillation counting techniques in the isotope dilution analysis for sucrose.........................................................................
T. A. McGagin, F. G. Eis
228
   
Application of sensitive adiabatic calorimetry to beet industry problems.............................................................................
W. O. Bernhardt, R. A. McGinnis
235
   
The use of systemic insecticides to reduce the incidence of curly top virus disease in sugarbeets .............................................
Norman R. Malm,  Ralph E. Finkner
246
   
Evaluating soil samples for fungus pathogens of sugarbeet seedlings ............................................................................
D. L. Mumford
255
   
Changes in concentration of free amino acids by selection from yellows infected sugarbeet leaves..........................................
J. M. Fife
259
   
Herbicidal control of weeds in sugarbeet................................
E. E. Schweizer, D. M. Weatherspoon
263
   
Volume 15 Number 4
   
Decomposition of molasses pulp pellcts in bulk storage...........
John D. Jorgensen,  Robert Gaddie
277
   
Treatment of sugarbeet flume waste water by lagooning, a pilot study..................................................................................
Ronald A. Tsugita, William J. Oswald, Robert C. Cooper, Clarence G. Golueke
282
   
The effects of potassium carriers and levels of potassium and nitrogen fertilization on the yield and quality of sugar beets.....
G. J. Gascho, J. F. Davis,  R. A. Fogg, M. G. Frakes
298
   
Central tare laboratory operation...........................................
C. L. Schmalz, R. B. Park, N. E. Carver, F. Silver
306
   
Pan Scale ...........................................................................
H. E. Halden, Max Storz, F. G. Eis
312
   
Selecting sugarbeet for yellows resistance on the relative concentration of three amino acids in leaves of infected plants..
J. M. Fife
318
   
Operation of the Hamilton City experimental ion exchange plant .................................................................................
S. E. Bichsel, D. A. Hoover
324
   
Phosphorus nutrition of sugarbeet seedlings ...........................
Konstantinos M. Sipitanos, Albert Ulrich
332
   
Development of sugarbeet breeding lines and varieties resistant to yellows ..........................................................................
J. S. McFarlane, I. O. Skoyen, R. T. Lewellen
347
   
Rapid digestion procedures for determination of metallic ions and total nitrogen in sugarbeet samples...................................
Grace W. Maag
361
   
Volume 15 Number 5
   
The determination of trace metals in process juices and white sugar...................................................................................
T. D. Carpenter, S. E. Bichsel
369
   
Simultaneous fumigating and planting of sugarbeets.................
Ronald C. Johnson
379
   
Control in carbonation..........................................................
W. O. Bernhardt, F. G. Eis
384
   
Observations on the absorbancy of sugar solution..................
Karlheinz W. R. Schoenrock
388
   
Waste water recirculation as a means of river pollution abatement...........................................................................
W. W. Blankenbach, W. A. Willison
396
   
Virus-yellows infected sugarbeet varieties: Effects of harvest dates and nitrogen fertilization...............................................
R. T. Lewellen, J. S.McFarlane, I. O. Skoyen
403
   
Sugarbeet yields unaffected by afternoon wilting.....................
R. A. Kohl, J. W. Cary
416
   
Sorting sugarbeets by specific gravity to obtain more uniform samples for post-harvest studies............................................
S. T. Dexter, M. G. Frakes, R. E. Wyse
422
   
Sugarbeet responses to selective gametocide sodium 2, 3-dichloroisobutyrate and related chemicals..............................
I. O. Skoyen
425
   
Determination of aflatoxins in moldy sugarbeet pulp...............
Jon I. Teng, Peter C. Hanzas
438
   
Transferring cercospora leaf sopt resistance from Beta maritima to sugarbeet by backcrossing..................................
Talat Bilgen, J. O. Gaskill, R. J. Hecker, D. R. Wood
444
   
Sugarbeet virus diseases in Arizona, 1965-1968.....................
E. G. Ruppel, R. J. Bird
450
   
Mineral composition of sugarbeet plants as affected by varieties and genotypes...................................................................
Jay L. Haddock, George K . Ryser, J. C. Theurer
454
   
Volume 15 Number 6
   
Emergence and development of sugarbeets as influenced by various soil mulches.............................................................
D. E. Miller
463
   
Trends in nonsucrose constituents of central California beets II. Comparison of molasses produced at a straight house and
Steffen house..
....................................................................
P. H. Miller
470
   
Damage to sugarbeet roots from various degrees of wilting at various temperatures ...........................................................
S. T. Dexter,  M. G. Frakes, R. E. Wyse
480
   
Effect of water extract of sugarbeet on the germin:ttion of other crop seeds...........................................................................
S. Abu-Shakra, B. A. Aqil
489
   
Millipore-antimony pentachloricle colorimetric method for the rapid determination of saponin in refined beet sugar...............
P. C. Hanzas, W. W. Barr
495
   
Determination of nitrate nitrogen in sugarbeet petioles and soils with 2-6-Dimethyl phenol....................................................
Richard D. Miller
504
   
Effect of row width, plant spacing, nitrogen rate and time of harvest on yield and sucrose content of sugarbeets ................
J. M. Nelson
509
   
Improved total phosphorus method for determination ot Disyston in dried sugarbeet pulp...........................................
Jon I. Teng, Peter C. Hanzas
517
   
The effect of nitrogen on yield, percent sucrose, and clear juice purity of sugarbeets ............................................................
C. S. Baldwin, C. K. Stevenson
522
   
Relationship of date of planting and date of harvest to incidence of disease, stand survival, yield and sugar content of sugarbeets at Yuma, Arizona ..................................................................
E. B. Jackson, F. M. Carasso
528
   
lnheritance studies with a pollen fertility restorer sugarbeet inbred .................................................................................
J. C. Theurer, G. K. Ryser
538
   
Screening sugarbeet for resistance to Heterodera schachtii Schm...................................................................................
D. L. Doney, E. D. Whitney
546
   
Volume 15 Number 7
   
Relative incidences of beet yellows and beet western yellows viruses in the Salt River Valley of Arizona, 1965-1968............
E. G. Ruppel
553
   
Effect of phenolic acids on alpha-amylase in vitro, and early growth of sugarbeet...............................................................
J. M. Sebeson, Earl Mitchell, F. W. Snyder
556
   
Relation of certain amino acids to other impurity and quality characteristics of sugarbeet...................................................
Merle C. Payne, Richard J. Hecker, Grace W. Maag
562
   
Trends in nonsucrose constituents of Central California beets. I. Analysis of Steffen factory liquors.........................................
P. H. Miller
595
   
Germination potential of monogerm sugarbeet seed as determined by field emergence and laboratory germination......
D. M. Tekrony, E. E. Hardin
607
   
Gallic acid in sugarbeet fruits.................................................
J. M. Sebeson, F. W. Snyder
617
The problem of underdeveloped seeds occurring in monogerm sugarbeets ............................................................................
D. M. Tekrony, E. E. Hardin
625
   
Volume 15 Number 8
   
A sugarbect X Beta procumbens hybrid and its backcross derivative.............................................................................
R. K. Oldemeyer
641
   
Factors affecting chloride uptake and implicatios of the chloride-nitrate antagonism in sugarbeet mineral nutrition.....................
D. W. James, D. C. Kidman, W. H. Weaver, R. L. Reeder
647
   
The effcct of bolting and seed stalk removal on yield and sucrose content of sugarbeets................................................
Ronald C. Johnson, Don C. Kidman
657
   
Fertilizer results on sugarbeet in the Hereford, Texas area.......
E. M. Holst, P. R.. Scott
661
   
Thin juice deliming with gel type cation exchange resins..........
C. D. Fox, L. Langlois, A. Pietolucci
665
   
Respiration of sugarbeets following harvest in relation to temperature, mechanical injury and selected chemical treatment...........................................................................
David R. Dilley, Ralph R. Wood, Phillip Brimhall
671
   
Nutritional conditions in sugarbeet fields of Western United States and chemical composition of leaf and petiole tissue, including minor elements.....................................................
Jay L. Haddock, Darrel M. Stuart
684
   
Relation of sugarbeet seedling emergence to fruit size.............
F. W. Snyder, Christina Filban
703
   
Quantitative growth studies with sugarbeets Beta vulgaris......
K. R. Storer, W. R. Schmehl, R. J. Hecker
709
   
Comparison of sugarbeet single-cross hybrids with double-cross hybrids for seed and root characteristics..................................
Kent Nielson, Douglas Quayle, Shelton Bergeson
726