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Volume 18 Number 1

   
President’s Address: The Challenge of Constant Change…...
R.T. Johnson
  1 
   
Simultaneous Determination of Phosphoric Acid and Organic Acids in Beet Process Juices and Molasses…………....……
J.F.T. Oldfield, R. Parslow, M. Shore
  6 
   
Procedure for Inducing Curly Top Epidemics in Field Plots....
David L. Mumford
  20
   
Effect of Harvest Area and Replication on Detection of Treatment Differences in Sugar Beet Field Experiments ..........
J.O. Reuss,  W.R. Schmehl, 
A.E. Ludwick, J.F. Giles
  24
   
Yield and Economic Implications of Sugarbeet Production as Influenced by Irrigation and Nitrogen Fertilizer........................
M. K. Nicholson,  T. Kibreab, R. E. Danielson, R. A. Young
  34
   
Tests with Soil Treatments and Crown Sprays to Control Rhizoctonia Crown And Root Rot of Sugarbeet.....................
C.L. Schneider, H.S. Potter
  45
   
The Determination of Sucrose in Concentrated Steffen Filtrate by G.L.C...........................................................................
Jan Karr, Lloyd W. Norman
  53
   
Impurities in Sugarbeet Crown and Root...............................
R.C. Zielke,
F.W. Snyder
  60
   
Effect of Spacing in 14-26 Inch Rows on Production of Fall Planted Sugarbeets ………. …………………........................
J.M Nelson
  76
   
Response of Sugarbeet Cultivars to Ozone ……….….….…
H.A. Menser
  81
   
Maturity Effects on Fruit Characteristics, Germination and Emergence of Sugarbeet ….............……..................…….…
F. W. Snyder   
  87
   
Volume 18 Number 2
   
Selective Use of Phenmedipham and EP-475 in Michigan for Weed Control in Sugarbeets …..............................................
L.W. Hendrick, 
W.F. Meggitt, D. Penner
  97
   
Effect of Pile Covering on Weight and Sugar Shrink in Pile Rims...................................................................................
W.R. Akeson,
E.L. Stout, S.D. Fox
108
   
Reduction of Sugar Loss in Sugar beet Piles with Straw and Plastic Covering ..................................................................
W.R. Akeson, S. D. Fox
116
   
Effect of Topping Procedure on Beet Quality and Storage Losses................................................................................
W.R. Akeson,
S. D. Fox, E.L. Stout
125
   
From Research Results to Field Performance—Why the Gap? .................................................................................
B.B Fischer,
L.M. Burtch, R. D. Kukas
136
   
Search for Causative Agents of the Sugarbeet Yellow Wilt in Chile.................................................................................
G. Urbina-Vidal, H. Hirumi
142
   
The Effect of Ammonic-N or Nitrate-N Dominated Fertilizer Programs on the Nitrogen and Sucrose Content of Sugar Beet Tissues and Yields of Sugar Beets .......................................
W.A. Dickinson, Jr.
163
   
Predicting Sugarbeet Storage Losses Using Regression Analysi .......................................................................
M.G. Barnes,
W.R. Akeson, N. Pence
182
   
Volume 18 Number 3
   
The Rheometer Automatic Boiling Control System, a new Process for the Fully Automatic Execution of the Boiling Process..............................................................................
H. Thiele, A. Langen
187
   
Leaf and Root Accretion by Sugarbeet Seedlings in Relation to Yield …………………..……………….............................
F.W. Snyder
204
   
Regression Analysis of Chemical Measurements on Hybrid Sugarbeets to Root Yield, Sugar Percentage and Impurity Index..................................................................................
George K. Ryser,  J. C. Theurer, Jay L. Haddock
214
   
Predicting Nitrogen Fertilizer Needs for Sugarbeets from Residual Nitrate and Mineralizable Nitrogen .........................
J.N. Carter ,  D.T. Westermann,
M. E. Jensen, S. M. Bosma
232
   
Naturally Occurring Hybrids Between Sugarbeet and Beta Macrocarpa in the Imperial Valley of California  …..…….
J.S. McFarlane
245
   
Interference of Nitrite in the Iodometric Determination of Sulfite ...............................................................................
Robert B. Lew
252
   
False Polarization: Quantitation and Characterization in Sugarbeet Processing Juices …..……………….....................
G.W. Maag, G.H. Sisler
257
   
Plastic Isolation Chambers for Sugarbeet Seed Production …..
R.J. Hecker, J.O. Gaskill
264
   
Introgressive Hybridization as a Breeding Method in Beta Vulgaris ………………………………................................
R.K. Oldemeyer
269
   
Effect of Row Spacing and Nitrogen Rate on Root and Sucrose Yield of Sugarbeets in Southern Idaho……………
J.N. Carter, M.E. Jensen, S.M. Bosma
274
   
Volume 18 Number 4 
   
Interspecific Hybrids Between Beta Vulgaris L. and the Wild Species of Beta  …………………………….……….……….
George H. Coons
281
   
Evaluation of Conservation Tillage Effectiveness on Sugarbeet Fields in  Northeastern Colorado  ……....…..…….………
S.R. Simmons, A.D. Dotzenko
307
   
A Weather Index Method and Temperature Distribution Applied to   Sugarbeet Yields and Sugar Percentage ……...…
George K. Ryser
312
   
Effect of Irrigation Method and Late Season Nitrate-Nitrogen Concentration On Sucrose Production by Sugarbeets ……...
J. N. Carter, C.H. Pair, D.T. Westermann
332
   
Influence of Nitrogen Placement and Source on Surface Nitrate Accumulation And Sugarbeet Production …..………
Steven R. Winter
343
   
The Spectral Photometric Determination of Sucrose in Sugarbeets and Sugarbeet Products via Specific Enzyme Systems…………...............................................................
Karlheinz W.R. Schoenrock, Dennis Costesso
349
   
Evaluation of the Sugar Beet According to its Technical Quality …...........................................................................
M. Burba
360