American Society of Sugar Beet Technologists
Proceedings from the 28th Biennial Meeting
March 8 - 11, 1995
New Orleans, Louisiana
General Session
 Agronomy
Oral Presentations
 Agronomy  Genetics  Disease & Insects  Biotechnology
Operations Section
 Operations Page
TABLE OF CONTENTS
 
Section A -AGRONOMY
   
Economics of chemical and hand weed control in sugarbeets
     D. W. Morishita and R. W. Downard. . . .
21
Weed control in sugar beets with fall herbicide applications in a fall cover crop
     S. D. Miller and K. J. Fomstrom ...
22
   
Dinitroaniline herbicide carryover to sugarbeets
     R. G. Wilson and P. J. Shea. . . .
23
   
Velvetleaf control with triflusulfuron in sugarbeet
     R. J. Starke and K. A. Renner. . . .
25
   
DPX 66037, a new tool for weed control in sugarbeet; the European approach
     J. P. Claude. . . .
29
   
Herbicide carryover into sugarbeet
     A. G. Dexter, J. Luecke, W. E. Lueschen and J. K. Getting. . .
31
   
Betamix progress - a new herbicide for sugarbeets
     J. R. Scoresby, D. Comer, M. Ehlhardt, G. Hora, T. Mayberry and K. Thorsness. . . .
33
   
Relationship between in-season soil nitrate concentrations and sugar beet yields
     G. D. Binford and A. D. Blaylock. . . . .
34
   
Effects of applied factory waste lime on crop yields grown on high pH soils
     P. B. Brimhall. . .
35
   
Fertilizer effect on sugarbeet
     J. L. Luecke, A. W. Cattanach and A. G. Dexter. . .
37
   
Sugarbeet response to zinc in Michigan
     T. M. Crook. . .
45
   
Sugarbeet response to nitrogen in Texas
     S. Winter. . .
47
   
Mineralization of nitrogen from sugarbeet tops and the growth of a subsequent
wheat crop

     J. T. Moraghan and L. J. Smith. . . . .
53
   
Variety trends and variety approval programs since the advent of monogerm seed
for Monitor Sugar Company

     L. Hubbell. . .
55
   
Economics of weed management systems in sugarbeets
     K. J. Fomstrom, S.D. Miller and L. J. Held. . . .
59
   
Influence of pure and varied stands of weeds on yield of sugarbeets
     R. A. Carter. . . .
61
   
Interaction of insecticides applied at planting with triflusulfuron (upbeet) herbicide
applied postemergence

     R. G. Wilson and G. L. Hein. . . .
63
   
Nicosulfuron and primisulfuron root uptake, translocation and inhibition of
acetolactate synthase by sugarbeet

     K. M. Novosel and K. A. Renner. . .
64
   
Economics of soil applied and postemergence herbicides applied alone and in
combination

     M. W. Bredehoeft, A. G. Dexter and J. L. Luecke. . .
65
Upbeet efficacy in eastern North Dakota and Minnesota
     A. G. Dexter, J. L. Luecke and M. W. Bredehoeft. . . .
67
   
Effect of deep tillage (subsoiling) on sugarbeet yield and quality
     J. F. Giles, A. W. Cattanach and N. R. Cattanach. . .
69
   
Remote sensing techniques for characterizing nitrogen stress in sugar beets
     G. D. Binford, T. M. Blackmer and J. S. Schepers. . . .
70
   
Consumptive water use and yield of fall-planted sugarbeets in California's
San Joaquin Valley

     P. Langner and S. R. Kaffka. . . .
71
   
A survey of sugarbeet plant spacings in grower fields in western Nebraska
     K. L. Palm and J. A. Smith. . . . .
72
   
Effect of seedbed moisture management on sugarbeet stand establishment,
yield and quality

     J. F. Giles, A. W. Cattanach and N. R. Cattanach. . . .
73
   
Strip tillage for seedbed preparation of irrigated sugarbeets
     J. L. A. Eckhoff and J. W. Bergman. . . . .
74
   
Field loss from sugarbeet harvest operations
     J. A. Smith, C. D. Yonts and K. L. Palm. . . . .
75
   
Comparison of variety trial results when space planting test plots at 4.5" versus
1.3" and hand thinning

     L. Hubbell and P. Pfenninger. . . .
83
   
Primary tillage effects on soil susceptibility to erosion after sugarbeet harvest
     J. F. Giles, A. W. Cattanach, N. R. Cattanach and J. G. Lamb. . .
87
   
Effect of planting date and plant population on beet and sugar yield in the Klamath
Basin

     H. L. Carlson and K. A. Rykbost. . . .
88
   
Ten years of improvement of planter performance and sugarbeet stand
establishment

     J. F. Giles and N. R. Cattanach. . . .
89
   
Sugarbeet plant spacing performance of seven sugarbeet planter models
     J. A. Smith. . . . .
90
   
Influence of planting and replanting date on stand, yield and quality of sugarbeets
     C. D. Yonts, R. G. Wilson and J. A. Smith. . . .
91
   
Factors affecting stand establishment in the Red River Valley
     A. W. Cattanach. . . . .
92
   
Quality criteria for sugar beet seed treatment
     J. W. F. Prince. . . .
93
   
Differential response of sugarbeet to applied nitrogen following corn and
navy bean

     D. R. Christenson and M. B. Butt. . . .
94
   
SECTION B- Genetics and Germplasm
   
New tools in rhizomania resistance breeding
     W. Mechelke, J. R. Stander, E. Barzen and E. Schulte-Kappert. . . .
95
   
Breeding for dual resistance in sugarbeet to cyst nematode and rhizomania
     R. T. Lewellen .....
96
   
Sugarbeet root-knot nematode and approaches taken to develop resistance
varieties

     M. H. Yu .....
97
   
USDA/ARS sugarbeet releases
     D. L. Doney and R. J. Hecker. . .
98
   
RAPD marker frequency changes associated with sugar and pigment content in two beet populations modified via recurrent selection
     K. A. Eagen and I. L. Goldman. . . .
99
   
The evaluations of methods for ploidy determination in Beta Vulgaris L
     S. Wang, A. Suzuki and D. Yearous ....
107
   
Breeding of sugarbeet Fl hybrid lines for high processing quality
     T. Kuranouchi and M. Tanaka ....
108
   
Development of high sugar and high quality sugarbeet varieties in Japan
     T. Kuranouchi. . . .
109
   
Genetics of monogermity trait in sugar beet (New genetical resource
of nonongermity)

     Y. Shavrukov. . . .
111
   
SECTION C- Entomology and Plant Pathology  
   
A two-way approach to improve root rot resistance
     W. M. Bugbee, C. A. Wozniak and G. A. Smith ....
121
   
Procedure modifications for operation of the rhizoctonia crown and root rot
nursery in East Lansing, Michigan

     J. M. Halloin and J. C. Theurer .....
122
   
Thanatephorus cucumeris ( =rhizoctonia solani AG-3 and AG-5) effects
on sugarbeet

     C. E. Windels, R. A. Kuznia and J. Call. . . .
123
   
Cercospora Leafspot of sugarbeet: sensitivity to benomyl of Montana isolates
and biological control
.
     B. J. Jacobsen and A. Braun. . . . .
124
   
Occurrence of vascular necrosis of sugarbeet in the Imperial Valley of California
     H. Y. Liu, G. C. Wisler and J. E. Duffus. . . .
125
   
A survey of Aphanomyces cochlioides from sugar beet production areas in the
United Stares and Canada

     K. M. Vaughn and C. M. Rush. . . .
126
   
Suppression of Aphanomyces damping-off of sugarbeet affected by soil moisture
and rotation precrops

     C. A. Engelkes and C. E. Windels .....
127
   
Interaction of black bean aphids and beet yellows virus on sugarbeet development
and yield at several intervals following plant emergence

     L. D. Godfrey and P. A. Mauk. . . . .
128
   
Control of early season cutworms in sugarbeets
     G. L. Hein. . . . .
129
   
RTF - a new technology of precise fungicide and insecticide application as a part
of a quality assurance concept in sugarbeet incrusting (filmcoating)

     J. C. Knolle. . . . .
131
   
Nutrition and mediation of larval development of the sugarbeet root maggot by bacteria
     C. A. Wozniak. . . .
138
   
Forecasting emergence and activity of the sugarbeet root maggot in the Red
River Valley

     A. W. Anderson and R. B. Carlson ....
139
   
The impact of green manure crops growing in sugarbeet rotation on sugarbeet
cyst nematode and sugarbeet yields

     S. L. Hafez, K. Hara and E. Mousa .....
141
   
Managing the green manure crops for sugarbeet cyst nematode management
     S. L. Hafez and D. Bowers. . . .
145
   
Genomic comparisons among several furo-like viruses of sugar beet
     G. L. Wisler, H. Y. Liu and J. E. Duffus ....
147
   
The performance of rhizomania susceptible and resistant sugarbeet cultivars in
fall and spnng plantings in California's Sacramento Valley

     S. R. Kaffka and G. A. Peterson. . . .
148
   
Damage potential of rhizomania and the use of soil fumigation, varietal resistance,
and planting date in the management of rhizomania

     G. L. Hein, G. D. Binford, E. D. Kerr, J. A. Smith, R. G. Wilson and M. D. Culy. . . .
149
   
Movement of the rhizomania vector in surface water and wind blown soil
     G. D. Franc, C. M-s. Beaupre, E. D. Kerr and J. E. Duffus ....
150
   
Incidence of two oil borne viruses of sugar beet in the USA
     G. C. Wisler, J. E. Duffus, H. Y. Liu, E. D. Kerr and J. J. Gallian ....
151
   
Effects on growth of two sugar beet cultivars infected by BNYVV, BSBMV, or
BNYVV + BSBMV

     G. B. Heidel and C. M. Rush ....
152
   
Effectiveness of soil solarization, fumigation and sugarbeet varieties in
controlling rhizomania in California's Imperial Valley

     A. F. Wrona and R. T. Lewellen. . . .
153
   
Variation in symptomatology and serotype among furoviruses infecting
sugar beet

     C. M. Rush and G. B. Heidel. . . .
154
   
Reduction of sugar beet root diseases by cultivar selection and fumigation
management

     C. M. Rush and R. M. Harveson ......
155
   
Characterization localization and biological activity of phytoalexins associated
with Rhizoctonia root rot lesions

     J. M. Halloin and C. A. Elliger. . . .
156
   
Genetic diversity among isolates of Rhizoctonia root rot pathogenic to sugarbeet
     L. Panella and M. K. Hjort. . . . .
157
   
A comparison of soil surface sealing methods following 1,3-D soil fumigation
for control of Heterodera schachtii and Nacobbus aberrans on sugar beet

     E. D. Kerr, J. A. Smith, G. L. Hein and M. D. Culy. . . .
158
   
The association of cercospora resistance and yield in commercial hybrids
     L. G. Campbell and G. A. Smith. . . .
159
   
Studies of vegetative compatibility among isolates of Fusarium oxysporum f.
sp. betae causing different disease symptoms

     R. M. Harveson and C. M. Rush. . . . .
161
   
Defense protein synthesis in response to Cercospora beticola
     J. D. Eide and G. A. Smith. . . . .
162
   
Post-emergence insecticide application for sugarbeet root maggot (Tetanops
myopaeformis) control in the Red River Valley

     L. J. Smith and A. W. Anderson. . . .
163
   
Effect of rate and seed application technique on performance of imidacloprid
on sugar beets in California

     P. A. Mauk, L. D. Godfrey, K. W. Rushing, C. A. Weber, J. S. Gerik and T. A. Babb. . .
164
   
The effect of composting sugarbeet rare dirt, cow manure and cull onions on the
viability of sugarbeet cyst nematode

     S. L. Hafez, R. F. Rynk, K. Hara and M. Seyedbagheri ....
165
   
Biological control of the sugarbeet root maggot via pathogenic fungi
     G. A. Smith and J.D. Eide .....
167
   
Sugarbeet root maggot survey and IPM program- Red River Valley, 1992- 1994
     D. J. Hilde and R. E. Ellingson. . . . .
169
   
Comparison of several trap crop species on soil populations of Heterodera schachtii
     E. D. Kerr, R. G. Wilson and D. D. Baltensperger. . . . .
170
   
SECTION E- Physiology and Biotechnology  
   
Water use efficiency for sugar beet production
     J. M. Barnum and C. C. Shock ....
171
   
Agrobacterium - mediated and biolistic enhanced transformation of sugarbeet
     G. W. Snyder, J. C. Ingersoll and L. D. Owens .....
172
   
Sugarbeet organic acids: distribution and post-harvest changes
     S. S. Martin .....
173
   
Field tests of glyphosate tolerant transgenic sugar beets in the Red River Valley
     W. P. Doley. . . .
174
   
Distribution of components in sugarbeet root
     E. Rearick, M. Lambregts, C. McKay, J. Olmstead, S. Olmstead and D. Patterson. . . ..
175
   
Somatic embryos from callus of clone REL-1
     C. J. Tsai and J. W. Saunders ......
184
   
Insecticidal compound(s) induced by regulated expressions of a cytokinin
biosynthesis gene in transgenic plants

     A. Srnigocki, S. Heu, I. McCanna and G. Buta. . . .
185
   
Genetic engineering studies in sugarbeet: Promoter analysis in transiently transformed suspension cells and degradation of antibacterial polypeptides in leaf intercellular fluids
     L. D. Owens, J. C. Ingersoll and T. M. Heutte. . . . .
186
   
Responses and tolerance of sugar beet to stress
     N. A. Clarke, H. M. Hetschkun, M. Redfearn, T. H. Thomas and V. Naumenko. . . .
189