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1950 6th Biennial Meeting

February 6-9, 1950

Detroit, MI

Featured Presentations

The Future of the Sugar Beet

W. W. Robbins

College of Agriculture, University of California, Davis

Men of Faith

Geoffrey S. Childs

President, Michigan Sugar Company

Sugar Beet Problems in the Netherlands, as Contrasted with Those in America

Henk Rictberg

Director, Instituut Voor Rationele Suiker Productie, Bergen Op-Zoom, The Netherlands.

A Survey of Sugar Beet Mechanization

P. B. Smith

Secretary-Manager, Beet Sugar Development Foundation

Production of By-Products of the Sugar Beet Industry

Paul D. V. Manning // M. J. Blish

Vice President in Charge of Research, International Minerals and Chemical Corporation, Chicago, Illinois // Supervisor of Protein Research, International Minerals and Chemical Corporation, Rossford, Ohio

The Other End of the Factory

James D. North

General Manager, Western Beet Sugar Producers

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Oral Presentations

A Continuous Spray-type Seed Treater

Phygon Seed Protectant For Sugar Beets

New Techniques In Seed Pelleting

The Use Of Coated Seed In Modern Agriculture

Beet Seed Standardization

Further Studies On The Inheritance Of Black Root Resistance In Sugar Beets

Breeding For Resistance To Root Rot Caused By Sclerotium Rolfsii

1948-49 Progress In Breeding Sugar Beets For Resistance To Aphanomyces Root Rot

Cold Resistance In Sugar Beets

Viability Of Sugar Beet Seed Held In Cold Storage For 22 Years

Some Effects Of Plant Growth Regulators On Bolting And Other Responses Of Sugar Beets

Chemical Methods For Breeding Sugar Beets

Soil Structure In Relation To Beet Growth

A Bolting Oddity In Sugar Beets

Monogerm Sugar Beets In The United States

Evaluation Tests In 1949 Of Hybrid 125

Hybrid Combinations Among Mother Line Progenies

Performance Of Three Male-sterile Sugar Beet Hybrids

A Quarter-century Of Progress In Sugar Beet Improvement By The Great Western Sugar Company

The U. S. 15 Variety Of Sugar Beet

Report Of 1949 Tests Of U. S. 216 X 225 And Other Varieties From Sugar Beet Leaf Spot Resistance Breeding Investigations Of The U. S. Department Of Agriculture

A Convenient Method For Preserving Sugar Beet Pulp For Analysis

”getting Stands”

Two Years Of Planter Testing

Adaptations For The Dixie In Down The Row Thinning

Yield Studies Of Mechanically Thinned Sugar Beet Trials In California

A Year's Experience Using An Electric Eye Thinner

Utilization Of Phosphorus From Various Fertilizer Materials By Sugar Beets In Colorado

Effect Of Rate And Date Of Nitrogen Application On Sugar Beets

Effects Of Growth-promoting Substances On Sugar Beets

A Report Of Nutrient Spray Tests On Sugar Beets

The Effect Of Fertilization On The Glutamic Acid Content Of Sugar Beets In Relation To Sugar Production

Sand Culture Experiments With Sugar Beets

Time And Method Of Fertilization Application

Fertilizer Placement For Sugar Beet Production

Sugar Beet Fertilization In Wisconsin

Summary Of Fertilizer Results—1949

The Production Of Sugar Beets On A Saline Soil As Affected By The Type Of Leaching

Use Of Ipc For Weed Control In Sugar Beets

Effects Of 2,4-d On Sugar Beets

Weed Control Studies On Sugar Beets

Control Of Annual Grasses In Sugar Beets

Some New Ideas For Weed Control

Soil Fumigation Of Sugar Beets For The Control Of Sugar Beet Root Maggot

The Sugar Beet Nematode In Michigan

Lygus Damage To Sugar Beet Seed In Various Stages Of Development

Effect Of The Say Stink Bug On Maturing Sugar Beet Seed

Flea Beetle Control In The Montana District Ford

Survival Of The Beet Leafhopper In Southern Idaho During The Severe Winter Of 1948-49

Savoy, A Virus Disease Of Beet Transmitted By Piesrna Cinerea

Cultural Experiments With Sugar Beets In Western Nebraska

Some Seed-soil Moisture Studies With Sugar Beets

Physiology Of Growth, Sugar Accumulation And Mineral Intake Of Sugar Beets

Tillage Practices And Sugar Beet Yields

Simulated Hail Damage To Sugar Beets 1948-49

The Molnau Sugar Beet Cleaning Screen

Commercial Ventilation Of Beets In Storage

1949 Results Of Ventilated Storage Of Sugar Beets

American Beet Sugar In 1775?

The Relationship Of Sugar Moisture To Relative Humidity

Delayed Sucrose Analysis Of Pulped Beet Samples

Recovery Of Waste Ammonia In Ion Exchange Operation

Simplified Sugar End Operation On Deionized Juices

Ion Exchange Operations — Hardin, 1949 Campaign

Composition Of Beets Grown In Widely Separated Areas

Size Distribution Of Sugar Crystals

Aconitic Acid In Sugar Beets

Organic Acids In Sugar Beet Diffusion Juices

Fluid Clutch Motor-driven Centrifugals

The Oliver Morton Battery

Some Of The Farm Economic Aspects Of Sugar Beet Mechanization

Development Of A Simplified Tractor-mounted Sugar Beet Harvester

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