2 edition of Advances in sugarbeet production: principles and practices. found in the catalog.
Advances in sugarbeet production: principles and practices.
Sugarbeet Congress Salt Lake City 1969.
|Statement||Edited by Russell T. Johnson [and others.|
|Contributions||Johnson, Russell T., 1919- ed.|
|LC Classifications||SB219 .S94 1969|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 470 p.|
|Number of Pages||470|
|LC Control Number||75137094|
1. Introduction. Sugar beets (Beta vulgaris L.) have been bred for over a century for increased sucrose yield and purity, and now account for almost 30% of world, and more than 50% of US, sugar production (USDA-ERS, ).Sugar beets are well-suited for growth in cooler climates unsuited to sugar cane and can store 15%–20% of their root mass as sucrose with average . The project compares natural resources, production inputs, management practices and yields on selected fields throughout the region. Best management practices are applied on a site-specific (ha grid) and field-average basis for the agronomic plan comparison. Economic analysis is conducted to determine whether the returns justify the costs.
The present book is a valuable handbook on Integrated Plant Pathology which look into recent advances in the field of Mycology and Plant Pathology covering all modern aspects of diseases management by molecular apporaches, integrated diseases management tectics besides bio informatics, molecular biology, mycotoxins, bio-pesticides and plant. This book is a comprehensive survey of breeding principles and practices employed by sugarcane growers and researchers throughout the world. Included within its scope are important genera and species concepts, morphological information, clarification of certain generic names, a description of germplasm collection and utilization, discussion of the 5/5(1).
It includes an analysis of phenotype and genotype with respect to production potential, also the heredity, variability of yield potential and new cultivation methods are mentioned. The main part of the book deals with the theory and practice of yield formation in cereals, maize, legumes, sugarbeet, potatoes, clovers and perennial grass stands. Roundup Ready Sugarbeet FARMSTEAD USE Farmstead Weed Control, Trim-and-Edge are a gradual wilting and yellowing of the plant that advances to complete browning of aboveground growth and deterioration of Application of this product should be based on IPM principles and practices including field scouting or other detection File Size: KB.
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Advances in sugarbeet production: principles and practices. Ames, Iowa State University Press  (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Russell T Johnson.
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Sugarbeet (Beta vulgaris spp. rapacea (Koch) Döll) are grown in many countries, mainly in temperate and Mediteranean climates (Table 1).In most of the regions the sugarbeet are sown in early spring.
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These advances, however, are not realized until an efficient seed production system is in place that rapidly increases geneti cally. The false root-knot nematode has also been found commonly throughout the region infecting indigenous weed species, including various mustards (Brassica spp.), common lambsquarters (Chenopodium album) (Fig.
12), and Kochia (Bassia scoparia) (Fig. 13), as well as the introduced species common purslane (Portulaca oleracea), puncturevine (Tribulus. Compendium of Beet Diseases and Pests, Second Edition is a complete revision of the first edition and is updated and expanded to provide current and relevant beet (Beta vulgaris L.) production.
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