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Volume 17 Number 1

   
President's Address ......................................................
Lloyd W. Norman
  1 
   
Effect of nitrogen and irrigation on sugarbeets production in South Idaho................................................................
J. N. Carter, M. E. Jensen, B. J. Ruffing, S. M. Bosma, A. W. Richards
  5 
   
Soil water use by transplanted and field·sown sugarbeets.....
J. T. Morahgan, R. Torkelson
 15 
   
Evaluation of cyst selection as a means of reducing variation in sugarbeeet nematode inocula..........................................
Arnold E. Steele
 22 
   
Progress report on sugarbeeet emergence studies..............
D. M. Van Doren, Jr., J. E. Henry
 30 
   
Uptake patterns of N tagged nitrate by sugarbeets related to soil nitrate level and time.................................................
F. N. Anderson, G. A. Peterson, R. A. Olson
 42 
   
Additional criterion for evaluating insecticides treatments for control of sugarbeet maggot larvae....................................
Y. M. Yun
 49 
   
Response of weeds and sugarbeets to Ep-475 a phenmedipham analog ...................................................
H. Laufersweiler, C. M. Gates
 53 
   
Economic comparison of herbicides for weed control in sugarbeets......................................................................
G. A. Lee, H. P. Alley
 58 
   
Seasonal variations in the nonsucrose content of several straight house process streams........................................
P. H. Miller
 67 
   
Some aspects of carbohydrate analyses by GLC techniques...
R. M. Sequeira
 80 
   
Meritorious Service Awards ..........................................  90 
   
Forty Year Veteran Awards and Honorary Membership Awards........................................................................   95
   
Volume 17 Number 2
   
Sugarbeet Cultivar and Systemic Insecticide Inter-relationships in the Control of Curly Top Virus.....................................
R. E. Finkner, P. R. Scott
 97 
   
Experiences with the Enviro-Clear System for Rapid Clarification of First Carbonation Effluent........................
F. G. Eis
105
   
Optimization of Sugar-end Processing..............................
Vel M, Jesic, Lester T. Zanto
115
   
Predicting Sugar Content and Petiole Nitrate of Sugarbeets from Soil Measurements of Nitrate and Mineralizable Nitrogen.....................................................................
S. Roberts, A. W. Richards, M. G. Day, W. H. Weaver
126
   
NC8438, A Promising New Broad Spectrum Herbicide for Sugarbeet ...................................................................
W. L. Ekins, C. H. Cronin
134
   
Atomic Absorption Analysis of Heavy Metals in Factory Water and Granulated Sugar ...................................................
Robert B. Lew
144
   
Nitrogenous Compounds in Sugarbeet Juices...................
G. W. Maag,  R. J. Hecker, P. A. Whitaker
154
   
Sugarbeet Plant Spacing-Thinning Considerations and a space-Planter.........................................................................
K. James Fornstrom, Clarence F. Becker
165
   
The Effects of Processing Conditions on Carbonation Elimination...................................................................
Vel M. Jesic, Linda L. Wheelock, Lester T. Zanto
180
   
Volume 17 Number 3
   
Studies on the continuous inversion of sucrose: I, research data............................................................................
O. V. Bonney,  J. P. Thomas
187
   
Studies on the continuous inversion of sucrose: II, application of research data ...........................................................
D. R. Haskell
195
   
Studies on the continuous inversion of sucrose: III, physical installation ...................................................................
Joseph Ramanauskas
200
   
Optimum carbonation system design...............................
Vel M. Jesic
212
   
New planters for experimental sugarbeet plots.................
Gerald E. Coe, W. M. Bugbee, K. J. Pazdernik
220
   
Development of a methodology for the production of aphanomyces cochlioides oospores in vitro ...................
C. L. Schneider, D. L. Yoder
230
   
The effects of heterodera schachtii and aphanomyces cochlioides on root-rot ...................................................
E. D. Whitney, D. L. Doney
240
   
Effect of six four-year rotations on yield, quality, and monetary return of sugarbeets .........................................
Olaf C. Soine
246
   
Survey of sugar beet production practices in Ohio and their effect on sugar beet quality and yield................................
Marion E. Kroetz, Walter H. Schmidt, Fred B. Russell, Phil Brimhall
254
   
Sugar beet production in the Red River Valley as affected by population and nitrogen fertilizer......................................
J. T. Moraghan,  P. Tiedeman,  R. Torkelson
260
   
Sugarbeet growth and development under controlled climatic conditions with reference to night temperature ..................
K. Ohki, A. Ulrich
270
   
Boron tolerance of sugar beets in relation to  the growth and boron content of tissues ..................................................
James Vlamis,  Albert Ulrich
280
   
 Volume 17 Number 4
   
A Technique for Testing and Selecting for Salt Tolerance in Sugarbeet.....................................................................
K. D. Beatty, C. F. Ehlig
295
   
Effects of Spacing on Sugarbeets in 30 Inch And 14-26 Inch Rows ………………………….…………...................…
F. J. Hills
300
   
The Effects of Soil Types, Inoculum Levels, Fertilizers, and Water Regimes on the Development of Heterodera Schachtii on Selected   Lines of Sugarbeet.....................................
E. D Whitney, D. L. Doney
309
   
A Field Study of Three Growth Retardants on Sugarbeets
Paul R. Hepler
315
   
The Residual Activity of TBZ or Benomyl Against Cercospora Beticola in Sugarbeets..................................................
J. H. Riesselman, J. L. Weihing
319
   
Water Requirement for Maximum Germination and Emergence of Sugarbeet Seeds ......................................
F. W. Snyder, R. C. Zielke
323
   
Yield, Quality, and Sucrose Recovery from Sugarbeet Root and Crown ……………………...…....................….......
R. C. Zielke
332
   
Efficacy of Preplant/ Postemergence  Weeding Systems on Sugarbeet, 1968-72 ……………..……....................…
E. F. Sullivan
345
   
Evaluation of Systemic Pesticides in Controlling Sugarbeet Leafhopper .................................................................
D. L. Mumford, G. D. Griffin
354
   
Interrelationships of Applied Nitrogen, Applied Zinc, Plant Population, and Frequency of Irrigation on Yield and Quality of Sugarbeets ..............................................................
H. D. Fuehring, R. E. Finkner
358
   
Individual Plant Selection in Nematode Infested Soil ........
D. L. Doney, E. D. Whitney
375