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ASSBT Biennial Meeting – Feb. 24 – Feb 27, 2025 in Long Beach, CA
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Abstracts from the latest meeting
Rinskor provides selective broadleaf weed control in sugarbeet.
When do sugar beets in Alberta grow the fastest?
Introducing Rinskor herbicide: Development of a new postemergence tool for managing weeds in sugar beet.
Challenges in the transition to a new analytical process for sugarbeet quality analysis.
Sprinkler irrigation versus furrow irrigation for emergence and yield in the Imperial Valley of California.
Intellectual property in the US: Fostering innovation through R&D.
Manipulating sugar beet plant population to compensate for high nitrogen fertility in southern Minnesota.
Transcriptomic, metabolomic, and physiological changes occurring in stored sugarbeet roots.
Alternatives to chlorpyrifos for sugarbeet production in the Imperial Valley of California.
Growing and feeding sugarbeets to dairy cows in the San Joaquin Valley of California.
Study of storage pathogens and bacterial contamination in sugarbeet processing facilities.
Cover crop N effects are different for subsequent sugar beet and maize.
Optimum potassium supply increases early sugar beet growth and autumn yield.
Nitrogen application rate and timing in the Imperial Valley of California.
Reinventing common ragweed control with clopyralid in sugarbeet.
Soil fertility management for Zea mays grown after unharvested Beta vulgaris in southern Minnesota.
Sugarbeet variety selection for high nitrogen soils.
The impact of soil sampling timing on soil test results.
Phosphorus deficiency symptoms in Idaho sugarbeet.
Static Nitrogen: Evaluating an alternative method for determining nitrogen requirement in sugarbeet.
Dicamba and glufosinate integrated with soil residual and POST herbicides improves control of GR weeds in sugarbeet.
Nitrogen and irrigation effects on sugar beet emergence.
Changing fertilizer strategies to address new challenges in sugarbeet management: Early harvest, varietal differences, and sugar quality.
Michigan State University’s experiences managing glyphosate-resistant waterhemp in sugarbeet.
Economic value of nutrients in sugarbeet processing precipitated calcium carbonate.
Effects of sugarbeet processing precipitated calcium carbonate on crop production and soil properties.
Mitigating drought impact through variety improvement.
Changing the sugar beet cropping system in Iran, from spring to autumn in order to increase water productivity.
Herbicide carryover in sugarbeet – an assessment.
Genetic variability creates difficulties in scalping research trials.
Investigating the impact of clover and radish cover crops on sugarbeet yield in a sugarbeet cyst nematode environment.
Our experiences with acifluorfen in sugarbeet.
Effect of potassium acetate on sugar beets late season plant health.
How to produce a representative sugarbeet sample.
Achieving the same prediction quality on different NIR spectrometers.
Sugarbeet tolerance to acifluorfen (Ultra Blazer) in Michigan.
Crop residue accumulation and nutrient stratification near the soil surface in tilled and direct-seeded sugarbeet cropping systems.
Cake & precoat filtration – Evaluating influences of increased backwash efficiency on cloth lifetime.
Practical challenges of using vision systems for new applications in a sugar factory.
Reduced capital and operating costs for beet molasses desugarization: Pilot scale optimization.
Utilizing boron to improve sugarbeet yield, quality, and resistance to Cercospora beticola.
Effect of nitrogen supply by soil depth on sugarbeet production and quality.
CbCyp51-mediated DMI resistance is modulated by codon bias.
Study the genetic variation of Polymyxa betae using targeted amplicon sequencing.
Utilization and opportunities of oxidizing biocide for process microbial control.
Accurate milk of lime dosing – A study into valve solutions for milk of lime control.
Static range nitrogen management in northwest U.S. sugarbeet production.
Development of DNA STARP marker platform for flexible SNP genotyping in sugarbeet.
Protection against Beet mosaic virus via topical application of dsRNA.
Rapid trait mapping and characterization with purpose-built genome assemblies.
A field to factory study of the microbial flora of sugar beets and factory processing streams utilizing MinION deep sequencing technology.
Storage and process operating condition impact on sugar beet microbial flora metabolites.
Response of sugar beet cultivars to Beet curly top virus infection: virus accumulation and transcriptome assay.
Characterization of Beta vulgaris Alphanecrovirus-1, a putative Alphanecrovirus identified in sugar beet.
Histopathology of Rhizoctonia solani AG 2-2 infection of sugar beet.
Sugar reduction/replacement technologies seek to mimic a single ingredient with a concoction.
Greenhouse gas accounting considerations for the sugarbeet industry.
Effective and economic management of C. beticola using timely fungicide applications and host resistance.
BeetBase: A sugar beet toolbox for genetics, genomics, and germplasm research.
Resistant breeding for Virus yellows in Japan.
Adaption of BNYVV towards Rz1 resistance in sugar beet.
Steam side boil outs of carbon fouled evaporators.
How to model sugar beet to face next decade’s challenges in sugar production – a perspective from breeding.
Tank-mix partners selectively enhance DMI fungicides in controlling Cercospora leaf spot and impact the genetic diversity of a Cercospora beticola population.
A path to implementation of the lime free sugar process.
Reduced capital and operating costs for beet molasses desugarization: Industrial results from an existing separator.
How to reduce CO2 emissions from sugar factories, to meet clients and authority’s requirements.
Improved energy efficiency in the sugar house.
On-line process contaminant monitoring and automation in beet sugar factory steam systems.
Dynamic optimization of batch centrifugal separation by purging monitoring.
Fort Morgan wastewater treatment system improvements.
Effects of high silica lime rock on beet sugar operations.
The use of wet dust extractors for the prevention of dust explosions in sugar production and handling.
The importance of an efficient flume water filter in ensuring that a beet sugar facility’s wastewater treatment solids discharge norms are met.
Increased evaporator performance: Stubborn scale removal using hydrogen peroxide.
Optimizing energy and water efficiency using online pan camera CrystObserver®.
Production of chemical precursors from high color sugar beet extract.
Characterization of exopolysaccharides from dextran- and fructan-forming microorganisms from sugar crops.
Design and operation of a pilot plant for sugar beet extract colorants removal using powdered activated carbon.
Biochars made from pelleted sugar beet pulp for heavy metal remediation.
Genomic analysis of polysaccharide-producing bacteria from sugarcane processing streams.
Early Aphanomyces resistance as key element for future robust sugarbeet varieties.
Re-evaluating the management of Rhizoctonia solani on sugarbeet in Michigan through the use of variety tolerance and Quadris applications.
Characterization of a novel effector protein in Cercospora beticola.
Improvement of the efficiency of a batch centrifugal by basket replacement.
Syndrome des Basses Richesses – A novel insect transmitted disease in sugar beet.
Do fungicides containing phosphites have a direct effect on Cercospora beticola Sacc., the causal agent of Cercospora leaf spot of sugarbeet?
15 trillion base pairs of beet DNA sequencing enables a genomic retrospective of 8 decades of breeding progress.
Drought stress prior to harvest affects postharvest respiration rate and susceptibility to storage rots.
Development of a reliable greenhouse screen for Rhizoctonia Crown and Root Rot to identify resistant germplasm and develop a non-destructive rating method.
Diversity of Alternaria alternata, causal agent of Alternaria leaf spot of sugar beet.
Evaluation of Cercospora leaf spot on impacts on postharvest rot susceptibility and storage rot effects on sugar beet respiration.
An in-field heat treatment to reduce Cercospora beticola survival in plant residue and improve Cercospora leaf spot management in sugarbeet.
Screening of fungicide resistance in Cercospora beticola populations in Michigan using PCR-RFLP and spiral plate gradient methods.
Sugar Beet hybrids with resistance/tolerance to Virus Yellows entering the European market.
Screening root maggot lines/hybrids for genetic tolerance.
Use of infested sorghum for Cercospora beticola inoculation.
Marker-assisted selection of O-type candidates resistant to yellowing disease by Beet leaf yellowing virus in Japan.
Genomics-driven mapping of Rhizoctonia solani resistance in sugar beet.
Fine tuning artificial Rhizoctonia inoculation methods to improve disease pressure using DNA-based quantification.
Phenotypic predictors for breeding drought tolerance in juvenile sugar beet.
Introduction of BLYV resistance to 3-way crossed F1 generation by resistant pollen parent.
Agrobacterium-mediated expression of necrotic Cercospora beticola proteins.
Gaining ground against Cercospora: A decade of breeding for Cercospora Leaf Spot tolerance.
Beet curly top virus strains in sugar beets, dry beans, and beet leafhoppers along with vector population dynamics in southern Idaho.
Breeding for SBR tolerant varieties at SESVanderHave.
Beet curly top virus strain specific interactions with sugar beet genotypes reveal potential role of viral small non-coding RNAs (sncRNAs) and small peptides during early infection.
Stacking the deck against Cercospora Leaf Spot.
Mapping Rhizoctonia Crown and Root Rot resistance from FC709-3 using new genomic resources.
The sugar beet germplasm line EL10 is amendable to agroinfiltration-mediated transient expression with a capacity to achieve high levels of transgene expression in the leaf.
High throughput sequencing-aided molecular characterization of resistance-breaking variants of Beet necrotic yellow vein virus in the United States.
Bacterial phyllosphere communities diverge upon invasion of the Cercospora leaf spot (CLS) pathogen in CLS resistant and susceptible sugar beet.
Transcriptome analysis of sugar beet in response to the pathogenic oomycete Aphanomyces cochlioides.
Optimizing the screening of sugarbeet lines for resistance to Aphanomyces seedling damping-off.
Early Cercospora beticola detection and germination in commercial sugarbeet fields.
Novel genetic sources paves the way for sustainable Cercospora resistance in sugar beet.
Detection of latent Cercospora leaf spot infection in commercial sugarbeet fields.
Breeding of insect tolerant varieties at SESVanderHave.
Standard area diagram development for Fusarium oxysporum symptom and disease progression rating in Beta vulgaris.
Abstracts, 29th General Meeting