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Volume 43 Number 1 and 2
   

A Sugarbeet Root Maggot (Tetanops myopaeformis Röder) Bioassay Using Beta vulgaris L. Seedlings and In vitro Propagated Transformed Hairy Roots.....................................

Ann C. Smigocki, Snezana D. Ivic-Haymes, Larry G. Campbell, and Mark A. Boetel

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Estimating Lygus lineolaris (Heteroptera: Miridae) Population Densities in Sugarbeet...........................................................

Justin O. Knott, Mark A. Boetel, and Phillip A. Glogoza

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Evaluation of Dichloropropene Fumigant and Benzothiadiazole Seed Treatment on Sugarbeet in a Rhizomania Infested Field ..

Carl A. Bradley and Mohamed F. R. Khan

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Late Season Redroot Pigweed Control in Sugarbeet with Over-the-Top Glyphosate..............................................................

Richard R. Evans and Alan G. Dexter

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Volume 43 Number 3  

Conventional and Alternative Placement of Soil Insecticides to Control Sugarbeet Root Maggot (Diptera: Ulidiidae) Larvae .....
Mark A. Boetel, Robert J. Dregseth, Allen J. Schroeder, and Curt D. Doetkott
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Phosphorus Runoff from Sugarbeet Production Systems as Affected by Tillage and Phosphorus Fertilizer Placement ........
Matthew D. Ruark, John A. Lamb, and George W. Rehm
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Ensiling Properties of Wet Sugarbeet Pulp and the Addition of Liquid Feedstuffs or Urea .....................................................
J. L. Leupp, A. M. Encinias, M. L. Bauer, J. S. Caton, T. C. Gilbery, J. Carlson, and G. P. Lardy
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Ensiling Properties of Wet Sugarbeet Pulp and the Addition of Dry Feedstuffs....................................................................
J. L. Leupp, A. M. Encinias, M. L. Bauer, J. S. Caton, T. C. Gilbery, J. Carlson, and G. P. Lardy
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Volume 43 Number 4  


Postharvest Storage Losses Associated with Aphanomyces Root Rot in Sugarbeet..........................................................

Larry G. Campbell and Karen L. Klotz

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Relationships between Root Size and Postharvest Respiration Rate...................................................................................
 Darrin M. Haagenson, Karen L. Klotz, Larry G. Campbell, and Mohamed F.R. Khan

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Fast and Simple Monitoring of Introgressive Gene Flow from Wild Beet into Sugarbeet.......................................................

C. Stark, S. Liepelt, M. Dieckvoss, D. Bartsch, B. Ziegenhagen and A. Ulrich

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Sugarbeet Response to Irrigation Method and Polymer Placed in the Seed Furrow...............................................................

C. Dean Yonts

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