Journal of the American Society of Sugar Cane Technologists

 

Volume 28, 2008

 

 TABLE OF CONTENTS

 

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President's message, Florida Division
    Fernando Z. Llorens..............................................................................................................................................................i
     

PEER REFEREED JOURNAL ARTICLES:  Agricultural Section

 

Sugarcane Yield Loss Due to Ratoon Stunt ..............................................................................................................................22

J. Comstock

 

Reducing Harvest Costs Through Coordinated Sugarcane Harvest and Transport Operations in Louisiana .................................32

M. E. Salassi and F. G. Barker

Discrimination of Sugarcane Varieties with Pigment Profiles and High Resolution, Hyperspectral Leaf Reflectance Data ..............63
R. M. Johnson
, R. P. Viator, J. C. Veremis, E. P. Richard, Jr., and P. V. Zimba

 

PEER REFEREED JOURNAL ARTICLES:  Manufacturing Section

 

Energy Self-Sufficiency and Cogeneration in Louisiana Cane Sugar Factories..............................................................................1

H. Birkett and J. Stein

PRESENTATION ABSTRACTS – JUNE 2008 

LIST OF 2008 AGRICULTURAL ABSTRACTS……………………..……...............................................………………42-57

Status of Sugarcane Orange Rust in Florida
J.C. Comstock, S.G. Sood, and N.C. Glynn

Free Amino Acids-Determinant of Sugarcane Resistance/Susceptibility to Stalk Borer and Sap Feeders
T.E. Reagan, W. Akbar, and A.T. Showler

Impact of Brown Rust in Louisiana and 2007 Fungicide Testing Results
J.W. Hoy

Sugarcane Brown Rust – Determining Genetic Variation in the Pathogen and
Identifying Potential Novel Sources of Resistance
N.C. Glynn and J.C. Comstock

Violation of Assumptions in Analysis of Variance Obscure Interpretation of Binary Data: 
The Case for Cross Resistance in Sugarcane to the Sugarcane and Mexican Rice Borers
C.A. Kimbeng, M.M. Zhou, J.A. da Silva, and W.H. White

 Virus Strains Causing Mosaic in Louisiana and Florida Sugarcane
M.P. Grisham, R. Li, and J.C. Comstock

Prospects for Fungicidal Management of Sugarcane Orange Rust
R.N. Raid and J.C. Comstock

Plant Cane Response to Primary Shoot Damage by Lesser Cornstalk Borer Larvae
H.S. Sandhu and G.S. Nuessly

The Effects of Reduced Soil Insecticide Rates on Wireworm Damage to Sugarcane
N.A. Larsen and G.S. Nuessly

Seasonal Fiber Responses of Three Sugarcane Cultivars to Soil Type and Crop Cycle
B. Glaz, J.M. Shine, Jr., M.S. Irey, R.E. Perdomo, G. Powell, J.C. Comstock, and R.W Taylor

Mechanical Planter Modifications 2007
H. Waguespack, Jr., W. Jackson, and N. Blackwelder

The Maturity Profile of Sugarcane Variety HoCP 00-950 and its Economic Significance
T.L. Tew and M. Salassi

Sugarcane Genotype Selection Using GGE Biplot Analysis for Comparing Location Contributions
B. Glaz and M.S. Kang

Avian Species Richness, Relative Abundance and Diversity in Agricultural Fields
of the Everglades Agricultural Area
E.V. Pearlstine

L 01-283 – A New Sugarcane Variety for the Louisiana Sugar Industry
M. Pontif, K. Bischoff, K. Gravois, C. LaBorde, G.L. Hawkins, T.E. Reagan,
J. Hoy, and C. Kimbeng

Improved Fertilizer use Efficiency with Controlled Release Sources on Sandy Soils in South Florida
K.T. Morgan

Response of Sugarcane to Mill Mud Application on a Sandy Soil
N.M. El-Hout

Boundary Lines Used to Determine Sugarcane Production Limits at Leaf Nutrient Concentrations
Less Than Optimum
J.M. McCray, S. Ji, G. Powell, G. Montes, R. Perdomo, and Y. Luo

Use of Foliar Analysis to Improve Sugarcane Production
N.M. El-Hout

NIR Technology for Sugarcane Quality Analyses at the LSU AgCenter’s Sugarcane Sucrose Laboratory
K. Gravois, K. Bischoff, G. Hawkins, M. Pontif
, D. Marston, and B. Prescott

Analysis of Sugarcane Yield Response to Annual Nitrogen Fertilization
B.S. Tubaρa, C. Kennedy, A. Arceneaux, J. Teboh, D. Weindorf and J. Wang

Effect of Residue Management on Sugarcane Yield Grown on Sharkey Clay
H.M. Selim, A. Arceneaux, L. Liao, and R.L. Bengtson

LIST OF 2008 MANUFACTURING ABSTRACTS………………………………….................................................……58-62

Energy Requirements for Shredding Cane and Grassy Biomass
B. Eiland and S. Clarke 

Bagasse Deterioration on Storage
C-H. Chung, D.F. Day, G. De Queiroz, and B. Stradi

Integration of Plate Falling Film Technology into Multiple-Effect
Evaporator Stations in the Cane Sugar Industry
J.R. Braasch and P. Toebe

Influence of Crystal Size Distribution on Sugar Mill Performance
V. Kochergin

Scale in the Sugar Industry
M. McKee, M.A. Godshall, R. Triche, and C. Richard

Iron as a Decolorizer for Raw Cane Juice
L.R. Madsen II and D.F. Day

Production and Storage of High Quality Raw Sugar
V. Kochergin and M. Saska

Microwave Measuring Technology for the Sugar Industry
U. Klute and D. Dykes

New Insights on Hard-to-Boil Massecuites in the Sugarcane Industry
A. Antoine and G. Eggleston

Final Recommendations for the Improved Application of a-Amylase in Raw Sugar Manufacture
G. Eggleston, A. Antoine, B. Montes, and D. Stewart