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Sugar beet yields increased by early planting, yellows-resistant varieties and aphid control

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F. J. Hills, University of California, Davis
W. H. Lange, University of California, Davis
J. Kishiyama, University of California, Davis.

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California Agriculture 25(8):10-11.

Published August 01, 1971

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A combination of control measures to reduce damage from “yellows” disease of sugar beets has resulted in yield increases of 42 per cent in the overwintering area of central California. The yield increases were made possible through earlier planting with suppression of sugar beet yellows through the use of a resistant variety, and aphid control.

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Sugar beet yields increased by early planting, yellows-resistant varieties and aphid control

F. J. Hills, W. H. Lange, J. Kishiyama
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Sugar beet yields increased by early planting, yellows-resistant varieties and aphid control

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Authors

F. J. Hills, University of California, Davis
W. H. Lange, University of California, Davis
J. Kishiyama, University of California, Davis.

Publication Information

California Agriculture 25(8):10-11.

Published August 01, 1971

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

A combination of control measures to reduce damage from “yellows” disease of sugar beets has resulted in yield increases of 42 per cent in the overwintering area of central California. The yield increases were made possible through earlier planting with suppression of sugar beet yellows through the use of a resistant variety, and aphid control.

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