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Volume 22 Number 1 and 2
   
President's Address..............................................................   5 
   
New Grass Herbicides and Weed Management Techniques in Sugarbeets. ........................................................................
K. A. Haagenson, E. F. Sullivan
 10 
   
Response of Sugarbeet Grown Under Dryland Conditions to Phosphorus Fertilizer . ........................................................
J. D . Etchevers, J. T. Moraghan
 17 
   
Efficient Deep Tillage for Sugarbeets on Pullman Clay Loam..  29 
   
Selecting Sugarbeet Seedlings in the Greenhouse for Resistance
of Sclerotium Rolfsii. .
.........................................................
Gerald Coe, Nichole R. O'Neil
 35 
   
Weed Control at What Price? ..............................................
L. M. Burtch, B. B. Fischer
 46 
   
Efficacy of Some Fungicides in Controlling Rhizoctonia Crown Rot of Sugarbeet ................................................................
C. L. Schneider, H. S. Potter
 54 
   
Habit Modifications of Sucrose Crystals: A Lecture................
Andrew VanHook
  60
   
Grower Practices System Promotes Beet Quality Improvement in the Red River Valley ........................................................
D. J . Hilde, S. S. Bass, R. W. Levos, R. L. Ellingson
 73 
   
Meritorious Service Awardees...............................................  89 
   
40-Year Veteran Awardees and Honorary Members................  95 
   
Volume 22 Number 2
   
Evaluation of Sugarbeet Breeding Lines in Greenhouse Tests for Resistance to Aphanomyces cochlioides ..........................
C. L. Schneider, G. J. Hogaboam
101
   
Sugarbeets Planted to Stand in 56 and 75-Centimeter Rows.....
K. James Fornstrom, Grant Jackson
108
   
Sugarbeet Emergence Affected by Soil Moisture and Temperature  .....................................................................
C. D. Yonts, K. J. Fornstrom, R. J. Edling
119
   
Relationships Among Components of Yield and Quality of Sugarbeets . .......................................................................
L. G. Campbell, J. J. Kern
135
   
Minimum Effective Levels and Interaction of Three Herbicides with Atrazine Residues .....................................................
Robert L. Zimdahl, Paula K. Martin, M. Ann Henson
146
   
Application of the Enviro-Clear Clarifier for Steffen Heated Cold Filtrate ........................................................................
O. Bonney, J. Thomas
155
   
Photosynthesis and Environmental Stress Interactions in Sugarbeet Leaves ...............................................................
J. W. Cary
170
   
Evaluation of Three Systemic Fungicides for Control of Powdery Mildew .................................................................
L. M. Burtch., B. B. Fischer, F. J. Hills
182
   
Volume 22 Number 3 and 4
   
Comparison of Five Weeds as Hosts for Beet Leafhopper and Beet Curly Top Virus............................................................
D. L. Mumford., D. L. Doney
201
   
Selection for Potential Sucrose Concentration in 7-Day-Old Sugarbeet Seedlings. .............................................................
Devon L. Doney
205
   
Morphological Characteristics of Sugarbeets and Their Relationship to the Expression of Resistance to the Sugarbeet Root Maggot.......
G. G. Mahrt., C. C. Blickenstaff
220
   
Effects of Herbicides That Alter Plant Lipid Metabolisim on Winter Survival of Sugarbeet Seedlings .................................
M. D. Mahoney, D. Penner, G. J. Hogaboam
234
   
Sucrose Concentration and Taproot-Leaf Weight Ratio Relationships Among Seedlings of a Few Sugarbeet (Beta vulgaris L.) Breeding Lines. ...............................................
F. W. Snyder, J. A. Bunce, R. A. Saftner
241
   
Effect of Fall and Spring Applied Nitrogen Fertilizer on Growth and Yield of Sugarbeets.....................................................
J. N. Carter
252
   
A Bibliography of the Sugarbeet Root Maggot, Tetanops myopae formis (Röder) (Diptera: Otitidae). ............................
G. H. Whitfield, M. J. Weiss, S. M. Howard
268
   
Soil Incorporated Sulfur for Rhizoctonia Root Rot Control in Sugarbeet.............................................................................
S. R. Winter
278
Cropping Systems to Remove Excess Soil Nitrate In Advance of Sugarbeet Production ......................................................
S. R. Winter
285