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Volume 20 Number 1
   
The Impact of Yellows Control on California Sugarbeets ..........
James E. Duffus
  1
   
Effect of Pesticides and Nitrogen Fertility on Rhizoctonia Root Rot of Sugarbeet ...................................................................
R . J. Hecker, E. G. Ruppell
  6 
   
Daylight Light-Trapping: A Method for Monitoring Adult Activity of the Sugarbeet Root Maggot, Tetanops Myopaeformis (Roder).
G. L. Ayre, R . B. Semple
 11 
   
Optimum Starter Fertilizer Placement for Sugarbeet Seedlings as
Determined by Uptake of Radioactive 32P Isotope
...................
F. N. Anderson, G. A. Peterson
 19 
   
Influence of Planting Date, Nitrogen Rate, and Harvest Date on Yield and Sucrose Concentration of Fall-Planted Sugarbeets in Central Arizona ......................................................................
J. M. Nelson
 25 
   
Effect of Low and Fluctuating Temperatures on the Storage Life of Sugarbeets ......................................................................
Roger E. Wyse
 33 
   
Effect of Seedstalk Removal on Sucrose Production in  Bolting Sugarbeets..............................................................................
C. F. Ehlig, R. W. Hagemann, R. Y. Reynoso
 43 
   
The Control of Root-Knot Nematodes (Meloidogyne spp.)  in Sugarbeets by Fumigant  and Non-Fumigant Nematicides ..........
Richard Smith, L. M. Burtch, Ivan J. Thomason
  48
   
Use of Oospore Inoculum of Aphanomyces cochloides to Initiate Blackroot Disease in Sugarbeet Seedlings...................................
C. L. Schneider
 55 
   
Comment on a Paper on Sugarbeet Yellow Wilt by Urbina-Vidal and Hurumi ............................................................................
L. Hoefert
 63 
   
Critical Tissue Levels for Predicting Nitrogen Needs of
Sugarbeets at Mesa, Arizona..
...................................................
C. V. Johnson, J. L. Stroehlein, J. L. Abbott
 65 
   
Sugarbeet Yield and Seasonal Growth Characteristics as
Affected by Hail Damage and Nitrogen Level..
...........................
J. N. Carter, D. J. Traveller, S. M. Bosma
 73 
   
Citations..................................................................................  84 
   
Volume 20 Number 2
   
Dynamics of Leaf Growth and Development in Sugarbeets........
E. Ann Clark, R. A. Loomis
 97 
   
Bolting, Fresh Root Yield and Soluble Solids of Sugar Beets as Affected by Sowing Date and Gibberellin Treament.................
Despo Papakosta-Tasopoulou, A. G. Sficas
115
   
Regression Techniques for Estimating Percent Crown Removed in Scalping Sugarbeet Roots....................................................
D. F. Cole, G. J. Seiler
127
   
Lower Leaf Scorch of Sugarbeets Resulting from Potassium Deficiency in the Red River Valley.........................................
J. T. Moraghan, D. F. Cole
133
   
Response of Sugarbeets (Beta Vulgaris) and Annual Weeds to Mefluidide.............................................................................
E. E. Schweizer, Y. Eshel
147
   
Effect of Impact Damage on Sucrose Loss in Sugarbeets During Storage...................................................................................
W.R. Akeson, E.L. Stout
167
   
Weed Control on Sugarbeets: Efficacy of Preplant Nortron + Hoelon and Other Mixtures, 1975-77.......................................
E. F. Sullivan, S. L. Downing
175
   
Effect of Harvest Injury on Respiration and Sucrose Loss in Sugarbeet Roots During Storage.............................................
Roger Wyse
193
   
Volume 20 Number 3
   
A study of sugar drying and conditioning...................................
Souly Farag
207
   
Residual soil nitrogen and phosphorus in some sugarbeet fields in Montana and Wyoming..........................................................
D. G. Westfall, W. J. Eitzman, D. R. Rademacher, R. G. Vergara
217
   
Bibliography: methods of sucrose analysis................................
Douglas W. Lowman
233
   
Separation and analysis of some sugars by using thin layer chromatography......................................................................
Souly Farag
251
   
Effect of chemicals on sucrose in sugarbeets during storage........
W. R. Akeson, Y. M. Yun, E. F. Sullivan
255
   
Effect of injury on respiration rates of sugarbeet roots................
R. E. Wyse, C. L. Peterson
269
   
Remedying inadequate crystallizer capacity................................
R. A. McGinnis
291
   
The effect of soil residues of atrazine on sugarbeets (Beta vulgaris  L)..........................................................................
R. L. Zimdahl, S. M. Gwynn, K. Z. Haufler
297
   
The effect of root dehydration on the storage performance of a
sugarbeet genotype resistant to storage rot..
.............................
W. M. Bugbee, D. F. Cole
307
   
Volume 20 Number 4
   
Introduction............................................................................
Devon L. Doney
321
   
Ideotype concepts for sugarbeet improvements..........................
R. S. Loomis
323
   
Growth patterns in sugarbeet production ..................................
J . D. Theurer.
343
   
Parameters controlling sucrose content and yield of sugarbeet roots .....................................................................................
Roger Wyse
368
   
Selecting for taproot to leaf-weight ratio and its effect on yield and physiology.......................................................................
F. W. Snyder, G. E. Carlson, J. E. Silvius, J. A. Bunce,
386
   
Seedling physiology and sugarbeet yield ...................................
Devon L.Doney
399
   
Some new techniques for sugarbeet improvement......................
Peter S. Carlson
419
   
Can we break present barriers to improvements in sugarbeet yields? ..................................................................................
Robert E. Witters
426
   
Summary...............................................................................
Devon L. Doney
432
   
Volume 20 Number 5
   
Phosphorus Fertilization of Fall-Planted Sugarbeets..................
J. L. Abbott, J. M. Nelson
439
   
Effect of Complete Crown Removal on Quality of Sugarbeets ...
D. F. Cole
449
   
Pest Management Systems for Sugarbeets in the North American Central Great Plains Region........
Y. M. Yun, E. F. Sullivan
455
   
A Guide to Replanting Sugarbeets on the Texas High Plains.......
S. R. Winter
477
   
Irrigating with Sugarbeet Processing Wastewater.......................
J. H. Smith, C. W. Hayden
484
   
Transplanted versus Direct-Seeded Sugarbeets..........................
J. C. Theurer, D. L. Doney
503
   
Loss of Sucrose During Controlled and Conventional Storage....
C. L. Peterson,  D. J. Traveller, M. C. Hall
517
   
Volume 20 Number 6  
   
Planting Sugarbeets to Stand in Wyoming
K. James Fornstrom
535
   
Yield, Quality and Tissue N and Mn Levels as Affected by Interactions Between Applied N and Mn
R. D. Voth, D. R. Christenson
544
   
Ammonium and Nitrate as Sources of Nitrogen for Sugar beets
Albert Ulrich, M. A. E. Mostafa
553
   
Rhizoctonia Root Rot of Sugar beet as Affected by Rate and
Nitrogen Fertilizer Carrier

R. J. Hecker, E. G. Ruppel
571
   
Evaluation of Green Peach Aphid Activity and the Occurence of Beet Western Yellows Virus in Sugarbeet Fields
George Tamaki, Lee Fox, Paul E. Featherston
578
   
Root and Sucrose Yields of Sugarbeets as Affected by Mid- to
Late-Season Water Stress

J. N. Carter, D. J. Traveller, R. C. Rosenau
583
   
Aluminum Clarification of Sugarbeet Brei Extracts
S. S. Martin, R. J. Hecker, G. A. Smith
597