American Society of Sugar Beet Technologists

 

2017 Biennial Meeting  -  Program



 

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TUESDAY AFTERNOON
February 28
 

Section A, Agronomy
Regency B
 

Session Leader: David Tarkalson 

1:15     Announcements 

1:20     Effects of deficit irrigation on sugar beet production in the Northwest U.S.
   Tarkalson, David D.1*, Bradley A. King1, and Dave L. Bjorneberg1.  1USDA-ARS    Northwest Soils and Irrigation Research Laboratory, Kimberly, ID.
 

1:40    Sugarbeet plant populations for optimum recoverable sucrose.
Hakk, Peter1*, and Khan, M.F.R1,  1North Dakota State University & University of Minnesota, Plant Pathology Department, Fargo
 

2:00     To replant or not: Establishing lower end sugarbeet population threshold.
Lawrence, Nevin C.1*, Dave Reichert2 and Robert M. Harveson2, Jeffrey D. Bradshaw2.  1Panhandle Research and Extension Center, University of Nebraska, 4502 Avenue I, Scottsbluff, NE 69361, and 2Western Sugar Cooperative, 2100 East Overland Scottsbluff, NE 69361  
 

2:20     Nitrogen management strategies for field corn before sugar beet.
Lamb, John A.1*, James Radermacher2, Mark W. Bredehoeft3, Mark W. Bloomquist2, Chris Dunsmore2, and Nicole VanOs2.  1Dept. of Soil, Water, and Climate, Univ. of Minnesota, St. Paul, MN 55108, 2Southern Minnesota Beet Sugar Cooperative, 83550 County Road 21, Renville, MN 56284, and 3Monsanto, 517 Monongalia Avenue, Willmar MN 56201

 

2:40     Effect of past manure and fertilizer history on sugar beet production.
Tarkalson, David D.1* and Dave L. Bjorneberg1.  1USDA-ARS Northwest Soils      and Irrigation Research Laboratory, Kimberly, ID. 

3:00     Break 

3:20     Joint Forum: Ag Policy (Moderator- Todd Geselius)  

5:00     Conclude

*Presenter