Sugarbeet Report 1980
ABOUT THE COLLECTION:
The Sugarbeet Report is one of several commodity-based agricultural research reports published by the University of Arizona.
This report was published from 1977-1983 (no report was published in 1979).
The purpose of the report was to provide an annual research update to farmers, researchers, and those in the agricultural industry. The research was conducted by University of Arizona, USDA-ARS, and Amstar-Spreckels Sugar Division scientists.
Historical issues have been made available via the UA Campus Repository, as part of a collaboration between the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences and the University Libraries.
Contents for Sugarbeet Report 1980
- Introduction (Sugarbeets: A College of Agriculture Report, 1980)
- Acreage, Yield and Production of Sugarbeets for Sugar in Arizona
- Arizona Sugarbeet Seed Production, Yield and Germination
- History of Arizona High Sugar Yield Award Winners
- Sugarbeet Variety Tests at the Mesa Farm
- Preliminary Study of the Effect of Cultivar and Planting Date on Late Season Sugarbeet Production
- Willcox Overwintering Semi-Test
- Marana - May Harvest Test
- Considerations for Mainstaining or Terminating Marginal Fields
- Sugarbeet Transplanting Studies in Central Arizona
- Effect of Spacing in 14-26-Inch Rows on Production of Fall Planted Sugarbeets
- Effect of Preharvest Dryup on Sugarbeet Production
- Herbicide Combinations in Sugarbeets-Mesa-1979
- Economic Injury Levels of Beet Armyworms on Fall Planted Sugarbeets
- Insect Control for Sugarbeets
- Epidimiological Survey for Fungal Root Fot (Pythium aphanidermatum) of Sugar Beet
- Populations of Pythium aphanidermatum in Field Soil