ASSBT Biennial Meeting – Feb. 24 – Feb 27, 2025 in Long Beach, CA

1999 30th Biennial Meeting

February 10-13, 1999

Vancouver, BC

Featured Presentations

Public Perceptions of Biotechnology: The United States Perspective

Dr. Thomas J. Hoban

Professor, North Carolina State University

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Oral Presentations

Evaluation Of Metolachlor For Weed Control In Irrigated Sugar Beet

Weed Control And Sugarbeet Response With Dimethenamid And Cga-77102

Sugar Beet Tolerance And Weed Control With Bas 65607

Micro Rates Of Postemergence Herbicides In North Dakota And Minnesota

Strip Crop Rotations Influence Weed Density And Sugar Beet Yield

Gis/gps Applications In Sugar Beet Production

Row Width And Plant Population Study With Transgenic Glyfosate Resistant Sugarbeets

The Response Of Sugarbeets (beta Vulgaris) To Saline Soils And Irrigation Water

Evaluation Of Sugarbeet Yield Sensing Systems Operating Concurrently On A Harvester

Effect Of Sodium Chloride Application On Sugarbeet Production In The Red River Valley

Use Of Remote Imagery To Reveal High Levels Of Deep Soil N And Direct N Application

Grid Cell Size Needed For Sugar Beet Nitrogen Recommendations In Southern Minnesota

Field Emergence Testing Of Commercial Sugarbeet Varieties

Effect Of Uniformity Of Within-row Plant Spacing On Sugarbeet Yield

Cold Sand Germination As An Indicator Of Actual Field Emergence

Sugarbeet Stand Establishment And Sugar Production Using John Deere Maxemerge 2 Planter Attachments

Weed Control In Roundup Ready™ And Liberty Link™ Sugarbeet

Effectiveness Of Glyphosate And Glufosinate For Weed Control In Transgenic Beta Vulgaris Varieties

Weed Competitiveness In Glyphosate- And Glufosinate- Resistant Sugarbeet

Crop Production With Glyphosate Tolerant Sugarbeet

Weed Control In Roundup Ready™ And Liberty Link™ Sugarbeets

Use Of Liberty In Transgenic Sugar Beet

Measuring Spray Coverage On Sugarbeets

Reaction Of Sugarbeet Breeding Lines And Hybrids To Beet Chlorosis Luteovirus

Sugar Yield Gain From Testcross Recurrent Selection

Effect Of Rotation On Severity Of Rhizomania Using Susceptible And Resistant Varieties

Greenhouse Assay For The Evaluation Of Sugarbeet Resistance To Rhizoctonia Root Rot

Integrated Control Of Soilborne Diseases Of Sugar Beet With Antagonistic Bacteria And Fungicide Seed Treatments

Management Of Soilborne Pathogens By Managing Irrigation Of Sugar Beet

Development Of A Disease Management System Using Precision Agriculture Technology

Use Of Pcr To Detect The Sugarbeet Root Maggot Biocontrol Fungus Metarhizium Anisopliae

Metarhizium Anisop/iae As A Biocontrol Agent For Sugarbeet Root Maggot

Cercospora Beticola Interactions With Axenic Sugar Beet Shoot Cultures

New Fungicides For Cercospora Leafspot Control In Minnesota And North Dakota

Effects Of Integrated Controls Against Cercospora Beticola In Sugar Beet

Conversion Of Sugar Beet Pulp To Ethanol Using Engineered Bacteria

Biotechnological Strategies For Effective Control Ofthe Sugarbeet Root Maggot (tetanops Myopaeformis Roder)

Regulation And Oversight Of Plant-pesticides By The U.s. Epa

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Production Techniques Being Utilized To Ensure Purity Of Transgenic Characteristics

Effects Of Sugarbeet Planting Date And Plant Population On Sugar Yield In The Klamath Basin

Sugarbeet (beta Vulgaris) Production Under Sprinkler And Flood Irrigation

Alternative Methods For Density Grading Of Sugarbeet Seeds: A Proposal

Beet Chlorosis Virus - A New Luteovirus Affecting Sugarbeet

Carbohydrate Content Of Sugarbeet (beta Vulgaris L.) Transformed With A Cytokinin Biosynthesis Gene

Trap Cropping For Sugar Beet Nematode Control

Cultural Management Of Trap Crops For Sugar Beet Nematode (heterodera Schachtii) Control In Wyoming

Varied Response Of Beta Vulgaris L. Plant Introductions To Cercospora Beticola In Different Environments

Sugar Beet Canopy Influences On Spring Wheat Response To Fertilizer Nitrogen

Late Season Irrigation Management For Sugarbeet

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Stand Establishment

Beet Storage



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