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Sugarbeets Publications & Resources

Ensiling Pressed Beet Pulp > PDF
Ensiling pressed beet pulp for dairy feed is a relatively new practice in the U.S. This publication summarizes storage alternatives, guidelines for ensiling pressed beet pulp, and tips for evaluatin . . . . . more details
 

Powdery Mildew on Sugar Beet: Importance, Identification, and Control > PDF
Powdery mildew on sugar beets can be particularly severe in arid climates, causing sugar yield losses of up to 35%. This publication describes the pathogen, its symptoms, disease cycle and epidemiolog . . . . . more details
 

Rhizoctonia on Sugar Beet: Importance, Identification, and Control in the Northwest > PDF
Color photographs illustrate symptoms of Rhizoctonia foliar blight and crown and root rot on sugar beet. The text discusses disease symptoms, the causal organism, and control measures including cultur . . . . . more details
 

Rhizomania on Sugar Beet: Importance, Identification, Control > PDF
Rhizomania is the most serious disease of sugar beets worldwide. This publication describes the symptoms of the disease in the Pacific Northwest; its causes, epidemiology, and disease cycle; and metho . . . . . more details
 

Soil Fumigation: A Tool for Sugar Beet Cyst Nematode Management > PDF
Nematodes are major sugar beet pests. One of the worst for growers in Idaho and eastern Oregon is the cyst nematode (Heterodera schachtii), which afflicts over half of the region’s sugar beet . . . . . more details
 

Southern Idaho Fertilizer Guide: Sugar Beets > HTML
Sugar beets are one of the major raw materials for sugar manufactured in the United States. Sugar beet profits are based on three key factors: beet yield, sucrose content, and sucrose recovery efficie . . . . . more details
 

Sugar Beet Nematodes in Idaho and Eastern Oregon > PDF
Crop losses caused by sugar beet nematodes can reach 80%. Successfully retard the possibility of this outcome by learning about the life cycles of three nematode species and suggested control methods . . . . . more details
 

Sugar Beet Root Aphids: Identification, Biology, and Management > PDF
Sugar beet root aphids are well named because they are a common pest of the popular vegetable. They attack the roots, in severe cases reducing tonnage and sucrose levels by more than 30%. Yet few inse . . . . . more details
 

Sugar Beet Root Maggot: Identification, Biology, and Management > HTML
The sugarbeet root maggot is a serious pest in southern Idaho. Learn how to manage this harmful insect by designing an integrated pest management (IPM) program. The IPM approach combines cultural cont . . . . . more details
 

Sugarbeet Cyst Nematode: Impact on Sugarbeet Production in Idaho and Eastern Oregon > PDF
The sugar beet cyst nematode is the major pest that affects sugar beet production worldwide, accounting for more than 90% of losses caused by nematodes. The pest is particularly destructive in Idaho a . . . . . more details
 

Sugarbeet Irrigation Management Using Watermark Moisture Sensors > PDF
Overwatering of sugar beets is common and that’s unfortunate, because it allows root disease to flourish. Reduce its possibility by learning about soil moisture sensors—how to install and use them to . . . . . more details
 

The Role of Agricultural Processing in Idaho’s Economy: Status and Potential > PDF
Idaho food manufacturing accounts directly for 16,000 Idaho jobs (2% of the total), $8.5 billion in sales (7.3% of the total), and $1.2 billion of Idaho's gross state product (2% of GSP). T . . . . . more details
 

Twospotted Spider Mite on Sugar Beet: Importance, Identification and Management > HTML
Since 2012, sugar beet production in Idaho, Oregon, and Washington has seen a significant increase in twospotted spider mites (TSSM) populations. This publication outlines the symptoms of a TSSM pest . . . . . more details
 


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E. J. Iddings Agricultural Science Laboratory, Room 10
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