POSTER PRESENTATIONS - ABSTRACTS AND PROCEEDINGS

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1 - BREEDING AND SEEDS

Andrello et al.: 1.1 Taxonomic, spatial and adaptive genetic variation of Beta section Beta and Beta vulgaris subsp. maritima

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Mangin et al.: 1.2 Breeding patterns and cultivated beets origins by genetic diversity and linkage disequilibrium analyses

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Stevanato et al.: 1.3 High resolution melting (HRM) analysis in sugar beet: identification of SNP markers associated to Fusarium resistance

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Litwiniec et al.: 1.4 Detection of SNPs accompanying different rhizomania resistance sources in breeding materials of sugar beet

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Kozak-Stankiewicz et al.: 1.5 Sugar Beet DHLs production: estimation of DNA ploidy levels and gametes origin confirmation

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Kozak-Stankiewicz et al.: 1.6 Utilizing doubled haploid (dh) technology for in vitro drought tolerance screening

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Desmet et al.: 1.7 Dynamic analysis of root architecture of sugar beet (Beta vulgaris) using an aeroponic phenotyping platform

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Richard: 1.9 Genetic progress on sugar beet in French VCU registration trials

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Hoberg et al.: 1.10 Genotype × environment interactions in sugar beet and implications for variety choice in Germany

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Curcic et al.: 1.11 Performance of sugar beet hybrids in the variety registration trials in Serbia under the extreme climatic conditions

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Jay et al.: 1.12 Optical remote sensing of canopy nitrogen content in sugar beet crops for phenotyping applications

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Maupas et al.: 1.13 Sugar beet seed quality related to field emergence: automated phenotyping in laboratory to predict crop establishment

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Pedersen, Svingel: 1.14 Improving plant establishment with microorganisms

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Long, Odunlami: 1.15 Effect of priming intensity on the storability of sugar beet seed

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Long: 1.16 Use of the seed viability equation to relate different storage conditions and predict shelf life of a seed lot

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2 - AGRONOMY

Gouwie : 2.1 A long term survey of cultural practices

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Malmilehto et al.: 2.2 Crop rotation trial in Finland. Results 2012-2014

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Olsson, Persson: 2.3 The effect on sugar yield in different crop rotations with sugar beet, oil seed rape and intercrops

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Ciric et al.: 2.4 Intercropping sugar beet and poppy seed: opportunities and challenges

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Campagna, Zaghi: 2.5 Irrigation for optimizing sugar beet production in Po' river valley

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Morillo et al.: 2.6 Uniformity of irrigation in new sprinklers at low pressure

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Morishita et al.: 2.8 Tillage system, nitrogen fertilizer, and irrigation effects on insect, weeds and sugar beet yields

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Wenninger et al: 2.9 Effects of tillage practices in sugar beet on abundance and diversity of predatory arthropods

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Aeckerle, Stockfisch: 2.10 Interactions between soil tillage and weed control in practice - data of surveys in Germany

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Koch et al.: 2.11 Autumn strip tillage for sugar beet grown on loess soil in Germany

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Mioduszewska et al.: 2.12 Evaluation of strip-tillage system in comparison with other technologies in the sugar beet production

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Przybyl et al: 2.13 Changes in the physical soil properties during the growing season of sugar beet including the different tillage technologies

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Sigl et al.: 2.14 Effects of different soil management systems on nitrogen availability in a long-term trial

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Sigl et al.: 2.15 The effect of different intercrop species on the nitrogen availability

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Schnepel, Hoffmann: 2.16 Potential yield of sugar beet at extended growing period

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Potyondi et al.: 2.17 Potential of sugar beet growing in the Danube region

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Wauters, Legrand: 2.18 Possibility of sugar beet yield increase by earlier sowing in Belgium

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3 - PLANT NUTRITION

Turakainen et al.: 3.2 Divided N fertilizer use during the growing season

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Turakainen: 3.3 What is the right level of N fertilization for sugar beet in Finland

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Malmilehto et al.: 3.4 Effect of starter application of phosphorus on yield

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Jakli et al.: 3.5 Drone based remote sensing of sugar beet water-use efficiency

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Fischer et al.: 3.6 Adaptation of potassium fertilization in calcium (lime) deficient soils – experimental and statistical evaluation

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Olsson, Persson: 3.7 Repeated testing of soil factors after liming of 52 different soil types in the south of Sweden 2009-2014

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Bussell et al.: 3.8 Identifying rooting traits for optimal nutrient uptake

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4 - WEED CONTROL

Kunz et al.: 4.1 Effect of different cover crop cultivation systems on weed suppression in sugar beets

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Gerhards et al.: 4.2 Robotic intra-row hoeing in sugar beet

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5 - CONTROL OF PESTS AND DISEASES

Thomsen et al.: 5.1 IPM in sugar beets – a joint project of local farmers associations DLS and OeL, Nordic Sugar, NBR, Aarhus University, Copenhagen University and SEGES

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Schlatter: 5.2 A new broad-spectrum fungicide sugar beet seed treatment

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Renner et al.: 5.3 Monitoring Rhizoctonia solani AG2-2 inoculum levels in sugar beet field soils

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Schulze, Koch: 5.4 Impact of physical soil properties on the occurrence of Rhizoctonia root and crown rot in sugar beet (Beta vulgaris ssp. vulgaris)

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Kreitzer, Eigner: 5.5 Preventative effects of BCA-coated intercrop seeds against Rhizoctonia solani

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Stojsin et al.: 5.6 Influence of the long-term mineral fertilization and cultivar on sugar beet root rot

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Kaczmarek, Stevens: 5.7 SporeID – innovative disease monitoring and diagnostics for improved efficiency of crop production

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Campagna, Cioni: 5.8 Integrated strategies for Cercospora Leaf Spot (CLS) control

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Schmitt et al.: 5.9 CERCBET 3 plus – a new action threshold against Cecospora beticola (Sacc.) in sugar beet based on white sugar yield and infection pressure

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Kremer: 5.10 Possible impact of climate change on the occurrence and the epidemic development of Cercospora leaf spot disease in sugar beet in Southwest Germany

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Budakov et al.: 5.11 Efficacy of clorothalonil fungicide combinations in control of Cercospora leaf spot

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Budakov et al.: 5.12 Sensitivity of Cercospora beticola isolates in 2015 in Serbia

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Kimmel et al.: 5.13 Protection against fungicide resistant Cercospora strains in Hungary

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Persson, Olsson: 5.14 Verticillium wilt in sugar beets in Sweden

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Hanse et al.: 5.15 Diagnostics of Stemphylium beticola nom. prov. in sugar beet

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Hanse: 5.16 Stemphylium in sugar beet - factors influencing infection

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Hanse, Raaijmakers: 5.17 Rhizomania: spread of and research on resistance breaking BNYVV tetrad types in the Netherlands

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Knüfer et al.: 5.18 Occurrence of various types of BNYVV in Austrian soils

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Stevens: 5.19 A novel pre-breeding strategy to reduce dependence on insecticides for virus yellows control in sugar beet

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Konjevic et al.: 5.20 Influence of mineral nutrition and cultivar on sugar beet infestation with the root aphid Pemphigus fuscicornis Koch

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Wiessner et al.: 5.21 Dynamics of nematode populations by growing susceptible, tolerant and resistant sugar beet varieties – results of a nationwide systematic field trial in Germany and Austria 2012-2014

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Windt et al.: 5.22 Integrated control of beet cyst nematodes by catch crop cultivation and sugar beet variety choice

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Reuther et al.: 5.23 Are nematode tolerant sugar beet varieties resistant or susceptible to the beet cyst nematode Heterodera schachtii?

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Fischer et al.: 5.24 Temperature dependent development of Heterodera schachtii in a changing climate in Southwest Germany

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Rieppl et al.: 5.25 Yield development in assessment trials with nematode tolerant varieties

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Nowakowski et al.: 5.26 Antinematode effect (Heterodera schachtii) and yields of selected white mustard lines and varieties cultivated as stubble catch crop on black earth in Poland

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Turakainen, Muurinen: 5.27 Nematode situation and variety trials in Finland

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Hafez, Palanisami: 5.28 Chemical and nonchemical strategies for sustainable sugar beet cyst nematode management in Idaho, USA

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Schlatter: 5.29 Clariva™ Seed Treatment Nematicide, a breakthrough for sugar beet production

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6 - HARVEST, STORAGE, AND BEET QUALITY

Kulcsárné Takács, Csima: 6.1 The effect of the e-toll on the sugar beet logistics

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Chassine et al.: 6.2 Tereos communicate with his farmers on the yield conservation during the beet storage

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Gosset et al.: 6.3 Chopped straw to protect beet clamps against frost: Tereos methods and experiences

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Tordeur et al.: 6.4 The 'Non Commercial Beet' (NCB) rate: a major agronomical indicator

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Legrand, Wauters: 6.5 Ability of sugar beet varieties to the long-term storage: Improvement of the IRBAB methodology

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Becker et al.: 6.6 Impact of harvest technology on storage rot formation and invert sugar accumulation during long-term storage of sugar beet

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Striebig: 6.7 Campaign length and sugar content of rotten beets

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Wojtczak et al.: 6.8 The kinetics of changes in the quality of frost damaged sugar beet

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Bazrafshan: 6.9 Sugar beet root yield estimation by remote sensing data

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Aghaei et al.: 6.10 Changes in technological quality of sugar beet (Beta vulgaris L.) during its harvest and long-term storage in Fars, Iran

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Bendoula et al.: 6.12 The potential of an invasive but non-destructive fiber-optic probe for soluble solids content in whole sugar beets

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7 - COMMUNICATION

Duval et al.: 7.1 Syppre project: Development and test of innovative crop systems in field crops areas

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