POSTER PRESENTATIONS - ABSTRACTS AND PROCEEDINGS

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POSTER SECTION 1 EFFICIENCY AND SUSTAINABILITY

SMIT, B., DE BONT, K.: 1.1 Effects of a new sugar regime reform on triple-P aspects of sugar (beet) production in different parts of the world

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GALLASCH, M., STOCKFISCH, N.: 1.2 Costs and ecoefficiency on sugar beet growing farms

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KHAN, M.: 1.3 How do we improve sugar beet productivity by 2020?

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QI, A., JAGGARD, K.: 1.4 Sugar beet yield in England under an extreme climate change scenario

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KREMER, P. et al.: 1.5 Possible impacts of the climate change on the sugar beet crop yields in Rhenish Hesse and the Palatinate

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TRIMPLER, K. et al.: 1.6 The influence of nitrogen fertilizer application on CO2e-emissions in sugar beet production

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CARIOLLE, M., VIARD, A.: 1.7 ‘NO GAS’: Measurements and modelling of N2O in main crops under French conditions

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CIUFFREDA, G. et al.: 1.8 An assessment of energy inputs and greenhouse gas emissions in Po Valley: comparison among sugar beet, corn and tomato

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POSTER SECTION 2 BREEDING AND SEEDS

RICHARD, B.: 2.1 How sustainability is taken in account in French official trials for variety registration

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TOWNSEND, B., MUTASA-GÖTTGENS, E.: 2.2 Applying systems biology in sugar beet to increase crop value

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LUCAS, S. et al.: 2.3 Insertion sites of transgenes in the sugar beet genome

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HARPER, S.: 2.4 Changes in viability and germination speed of primed sugar beet seed during storage, revealed through both laboratory and field studies

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ODUNLAMI, B., HARPER, S.: 2.5 The effect of priming and coating on sensitivity of sugar beet seed to low oxygen tensions

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HARPER, S. et al.: 2.6 Speed and uniformity of sugar beet seed germination determined by automated image capture and time course analysis

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POSTER SECTION 3 FERTILISATION AND NUTRIENT AVAILABILITY

ELFSTRÖM, K.: 3.1 New ways of promoting actions to increase sugar yield – a Swedish example

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FISCHER, S. et al.: 3.2 Influence of calcium on plant available nutrients in sugar beet soils – field trials in Central and Southern Germany

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LEMME, H. et al.: 3.3 Influence of calcium on plant available nutrients in soils – laboratory and greenhouse experiments

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JACOBS, A., KOCH, H.-J.: 3.4 Interaction of pre-crop effects and nitrogen fertilization in sugar beet production

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HETTERICH, T. et al.: 3.5 Long year development of potassium in sugar beet soils by means of EUF in Southern Germany

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HETTERICH, T. et al.: 3.6 Long year development of phosphorous in sugar beet soils by means of EUF in Southern Germany

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FÜRSTENFELD, F. et al.: 3.7 Evaluation of nitrogen from intercrops for sugar beets

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APPEL, T. et al: 3.8 Boron availability for sugar beets as related to boron fertilization, liming and the carbonate content of soils

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EIGNER, H. et al.: 3.9 Organic soil matter as characteristic parameter of Austrian sugar beet areas

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SCHLINKER, G.: 3.10 Fertilisation of sugar beets with the digestate of biogas plants

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POTYONDI, L. et al.: 3.11 Nutrition with biogas sludge from fermentation of sugar beet pressed pulp in Sugar factory Kaposvar

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SAADAOUI, N. et al.: 3.12 Promoting the sustainable sugar beet crop by using lime sludge compost as an organic fertilizer

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POSTER SECTION 4 MANAGEMENT IMPROVEMENTS

KEMPL, F. et al.: 4.1 Effects of Triazols and Strobilurins on the spreading of cercospora

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SIGL, G. et al.: 4.2 Effects of different soil management systems on yield and quality of sugar beet in a long-term trial

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LASSEN, N.: 4.3 Strip-tillage and sugar beet seed

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WENNINGER, E. et al.: 4.4 Soil water content, disease, insect, and weed response in strip-till sugar beets

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NÜBEL, V., BÜRCKY, K.: 4.5 Strip till sugar beet at Südzucker

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BÜRCKY, K., RISSER, P.: 4.6 Water as limiting factor for future yield increase in sugar beet

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LEGRAND, G., WAUTERS, A.: 4.7 Early sowing of sugar beets in Belgium: possibilities of application and yield response

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POSTER SECTION 5 HARVEST, STORAGE AND WINTER BEET

LEGRAND, G.: 5.1 Sugar beet clamp covering in Belgium: possibilities of protection by heavy frost

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EIGNER, H. et al.: 5.2 Storability of different sugar beet varieties

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CURCIC, Z. et al.: 5.3 Effect of interaction between harvest date and sugar beet varieties on root yield and sugar content

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HEIN, W.: 5.4 Comparison of models for the prediction of the technological beet quality

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LOEL, J., HOFFMANN, C.: 5.5 Winter beets – yield formation and quality for biogas production

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REINSDORF, E., KOCH, H.-J.: 5.6 Variation in frost tolerance of winter beet (Beta vulgaris) due to phenotype

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CHIURUGWI, T. et al.: 5.7 Development of molecular parameters for the beet vernalisation-intensity bolting model

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PIN. P. A. et al.: 5.8 Flowering time control in beets

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EZZAHIRI, B., MOUGHLI, L.: 5.9 Sugar extraction problem from autumn sown sugar beet in the Gharb and Loukkos irigated regions of Morocco in 2011

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POSTER SECTION 6 INTEGRATED PEST MANAGEMENT

LADEWIG, E.: 6.1 Development of guidelines for the integrated pest management in sugar beet and exemplary investigation of ecological and economical impacts of innovative use of plant protection products

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GUTSCHE, JV., STRASSEMEYER, J.: 6.2 Modelling environmental risk of chemical plant protection strategies in sugar beet by means of model SYNOPS

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MARWITZ, A., LADEWIG, E.: 6.3 Environmental fate and risk assessment of herbicide strategies in sugar beet crop in Germany

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MARWITZ, A., LADEWIG, E.: 6.4 Response of earthworm population on herbicide application intensities within a conventional and a reduced tillage system in sugar beet crop in Germany

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MARWITZ, A., LADEWIG, E.: 6.5 Response of biological activity of edaphic community on herbicide application intensities within a conventional and a reduced tillage system in sugar beet crop in Germany

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FISCHER, F., HEIMBACH, U.: 6.6 Impact of different herbicide strategies in sugar beet on epigeic predatory arthropods

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VASEL, E.-H., LADEWIG, E.: 6.7 Derivation of herbicide strategies in sugar beet

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THOMSEN, J.: 6.8 Development of weeding systems – state of art in Denmark

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ROYER, C.: 6.9 Possibilities to reduce the use of chemical herbicides by using complementary mechanical tools in sugar beet crop

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KAYA, R.: 6.10 Possibilities of reducing herbicide use in weed control of sugar beet

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PEREZ, A. et al.: 6.11 Results on the detection of populations of Chenopodium spp. less sensitive to herbicides in sugar beet in Spain. Practical approach for its control

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VARRELMANN, M. et al.: 6.12 Resistance of Chenopodium album to herbicides that inhibit photosynthesis at PSII – basic mechanisms

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POSTER SECTION 7 FUNGAL DISEASES

OLSSON, A., PERSSON, L.: 7.1 Management of leaf diseases in Sweden

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CHAMPEIL, A.: 7.2 Strategy for foliar disease management

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RISSER, P., BÜRCKY, K.: 7.3 Securing white sugar yield by threshold-based control of foliar diseases in sugar beet

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KEMPL, F. et al.: 7.4 Organically grown beets? A growing segment in the Austrian sugar production

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KIMMEL, J., POTYONDI, L.: 7.5 Fungicide resistant cercospora strains in Hungary

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CAMPAGNA, G. et al.: 7.6 Monitoring Cercospora Leaf Spot in eastern Po Valley during 2011

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TUNALI, B. et al.: 7.7 Distribution and pathogenicity of Cercospora leaf spot on sugar beet in some provinces of Turkey

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THACH, T. et al.: 7.8 Disease variation and chemical control of Ramularia leaf spot in sugar beet

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PERSSON, L., OLSSON, Å.: 7.9 Sugar beet as pre crop to wheat

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GOLLNOW , M. et al.: 7.10 Saprotrophic colonisation of sugar beet with different Fusarium spp.

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DIRCKS, C. et al.: 7.11 Integrated measurements to control the Rhizoctonia late crown and root rot of sugar beet

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FRANKE, L. et al.: 7.12 Experimental approaches for quantification of Rhizoctonia solani AG2-2IIIB inoculum potential in soil

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BOINE, B. et al.: 7.13 Evaluation of methods based on indicator plants and quantitative PCR to estimate Rhizoctonia solani AG2-2 IIIB soil inoculum density in a maize-sugar beet crop rotation

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LECLERC, M. et al.: 7.14 Epidemiological analysis of the effects of biofumigation on the spread of Rhizoctonia solani in sugar beet

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STOJSIN, V. et al.: 7.15 Sugar beet root rot in Serbia

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CHAUDHARY, M. et al.: 7.16 Bioefficacy of microbial antagonist NIPRO (Trichoderma viride) and Su-Mona (Pseudomonas fluorescens)

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POSTER SECTION 8 NEMATODE CONTROL

LIESENFELD, S. et al.: 8.1 The significance of winter rape seed for the propagation of Heterodera schachtii

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HARTMANN, E. et al.: 8.2 Results and consequences of the nematode monitoring in southwestern Germany

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LIESENFELD, S. et al.: 8.3 Nematode propagation in sugar beet varieties with varying resistance and tolerance

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MEINECKE, A. et al.: 8.4 Is there a relationship between shallow and deep occurring populations of Heterodera schachtii in long-term sugar beet soils?

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MEINECKE, A. et al.: 8.5 Reproductive potential of Heterodera schachtii on typical weeds in cereal stubble fields before sugar beet culture

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SIGL, G. et al.: 8.6 Are nematode tolerant varieties drought tolerant too?

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POSTER SECTION 9 VIRUS DISEASES

THIEL, H., VARRELMANN, M.: 9.1 What is the role of the Bv-IAA candidate interacting and co-localizing with Beet necrotic yellow vein virus (BNYVV) pathogenicity factor?

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GALEIN, Y. et al.: 9.2 Deep sequencing reveals distinct patterns of isolates between susceptible, Rz1, Rz1Rz2 sugar beet varieties from the same field

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STEVANATO, P. et al.: 9.3 Discovering molecular markers linked to rhizomania resistance in sugar beet

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