Journal of the American Society of Sugar Cane Technologists

 

Volume 29, 2009

 

 TABLE OF CONTENTS

 

 

2009 President's message, Florida Division  
  Barney Eiland..................................................................................................................................................................................... i
   
PEER REFEREED JOURNAL ARTICLES:  Agricultural Section  
   
The Influence of Post-Harvest Residue Management on Water Quality and Sugarcane Yield in Louisiana.........................................................  1
H. P. Viator, J. Flanagan, L. Gaston, S. Hall, J. Hoy, T. Hymel, C. Kennedy, B. Legendre, J. J. Wang, and M. Zhou  
   
Genotype X Environment Interactions and Resource Allocation in Sugarcane Yield Trials in the Rio Grande Valley of Texas ........................... 11
C. A. Kimbeng, M. M. Zhou, and J. A. da Silva  
   
Red Morningglory (Ipomoea coccinea) Control and Competition in Sugarcane .............................................................................................. 25
C. A. Jones and J. L. Griffin  
   
Diversity Among Mainland USA Sugarcane Cultivars Examined by SSR Genotyping....................................................................................... 36
N. C. Glynn, K. McCorkle, and J. C. Comstock  
   
Effects of Green Harvesting vs Burning on Soil Properties, Growth and Yield of Sugarcane in South Texas...................................................... 102
B. Wiedenfeld  
   
Soybean Planting Configuations on Fallowed Sugarcane Beds......................................................................................................................... 110
J. M. Boudreaux and J. L. Griffin  
   
Effect of Ratoon Stunting Disease on Yield of Recently Released Sugarcane Cultivars in Louisiana................................................................... 119
M. P. Grisham, R. M. Johnson, and R. V. Viator  
   
Winter Weed Control in Sugarcane............................................................................................................................................ 128
J. L. Griffin and W. A. Judice  
   
Impact on Yield of Wireworm (Coleoptera: elateridae) Populations in Florida Sugarcane at Planting......................................... 137
R. Cherry and P. Stansly  
   
Optimizing Culture Medium for Meristem Tissue Culture of Several Saccharum Species and Commercial Hybrids .................... 149
E. J. Cheong, R. Mock, and R Li  
   
PEER REFEREED JOURNAL ARTICLES:  Manufacturing Section  
   
Determination of Sucrose Loss in Storage of Clean Unburnt Billet Cane.......................................................................................................... 53

M. Saska, S. L. Goudeaux, I. Dinu, and M. Marquette

 
   
PRESENTATION ABSTRACTS – JUNE 2009  
   
LIST OF 2009 AGRICULTURAL ABSTRACTS…………………..……...............................................…........................................... 78
   
Evaluation of Billet Planting Tolerance in Commercial and Experimental Sugarcane Varieties in Louisiana 78
J. W. Hoy, A. E. Arceneaux, C. F. Savario, and K. A. Gravois  
   
Soybean Planting Configurations on Fallowed Sugarcane Beds 78
J. M. Boudreaux and J. L. Griffin  
   
Investigation of Factors Affecting Suspension of Metribuzin DF in Spray Solution 79
A. J. Orgeron, J. L. Griffin, and J. M. Boudreaux  
   
Potential Use of Eptam in Sugarcane 80
J. Mite, J. L. Griffin, and J. M. Boudreaux  
   
Effects of Glyphosate Ripener Timing and Rate on Cane and Sugar Yields 81
E. P. Richard, Jr. and C. D. Dalley  
   

Sugarcane Brown and Orange Rusts: Their Impact in Florida and the USDA-ARS Sugarcane Field Station Response

82
J. C. Comstock, N. C. Glynn and R. W. Davidson  
   
Evaluation of Fungicides for Control of Orange Rust on Sugarcane 82
R. N. Raid, J. C. Comstock, and N. C. Glynn  
   

Potential Effect of Sugarcane yellow leaf virus Infection on Yield of Leading Sugarcane Cultivars in Louisiana

83
M. P. Grisham, G. Eggleston, J. W. Hoy, and R. P. Viator  
   
Cell Wall Components of Tropical Grasses as Determined by an ANKOM000 Fiber Analyzer 84
N. M. El-Hout, G. M. Acuna, and V. Sharma  
   
Evaluation of Variable-rate Lime Application for Sugarcane 85
R. M. Johnson and H. P. Viator  
   
An Assessment of Cold/Freeze Tolerance in Sugarcane 86
S. J. Edmι and B. Glaz  
   
Use of a Remote Controlled Plane to Identify Cold Tolerant Clones from Early Stages of a Selection Program 86
C-J. Hu, W. Davidson, H. Hou, M. S. Irey, J. Comstock and N. Glynn  
   

Databasing Molecular Identities of Louisiana, Florida and Texas Sugarcane Clones

87
Y.-B. Pan  
   
Repeatability and Genotype x Environment Interaction of Intermediate Stage Sugarcane Selection Conducted on Sand and Organic soils 88
I. A. del Blanco, N. C. Glynn, R. W. Davidson, J. C. Comstock, B. Glaz, S. J. Edmι and M. S. Irey  
   
Sugarcane Genotype Selection for Sand Soils in Florida 89
B. Glaz, M. S. Irey, C. J. Hu, N. M. El-Hout, J. Langdale, and I. A. del Blanco  
   
Multivariate Repeated Measures Analysis of Sugarcane Variety Trials 90
M. M. Zhou and C. A. Kimbeng  
   
Biology and Cultural Control of Lesser Cornstalk Borer in Sugarcane 90

H. S. Sandhu, G. S. Nuessly, R. Cherry, R. Gilbert, and S. Webb

 
   
What Makes Sugarcane Varieties Resistant to the Sugarcane Aphid? 91
W. Akbar, A. T. Showler, and T. E. Reagan  
   
Establishing the Components of a Remote Sensor-Based Nitrogen Decision Tool for Sugarcane Production 92

B. Tubaρa, H. Viator, R. Johnson, J. Wang, J. Teboh, and M. Kongchum

 
   
Sugarcane Production Responses Related to Soil and Leaf Silicon 93
J. M. McCray and S. Ji  
   
Sulfur Application Effects on Soil Properties in a Calcareous Soil and on Sugarcane Growth and Yield 93
B. Wiedenfeld  
   
Strategies for Reducing Soil in the Cane Supply to the Factory 94
J. F. Larsen, R. P. DeStefano, and N. M. El-Hout  
   
Achernar Production Model: How to Create a Simple Model to Plan the Production of Sugarcane 95
L. M. Girado  
   
Comparing Production Costs and Returns between Florida Sand and Muck Sugarcane Operations 95
F. Roka, J. Alvarez, and L. Baucum  
   
Effect of Harvest Method on Microclimate and Sugarcane Yield in Florida and Costa Rica 95
R.A. Gilbert, G. Kingston, K. Morgan, R.W. Rice, L. Baucum, J. M. Shine, and  F. Subiros  
   
LIST OF 2009 MANUFACTURING ABSTRACTS………………………………................................................................................ 97
   
Hurricanes and Sugar Recovery: Impact of Varieties, Fertility, Ripeners and Weather-Related Phenomena 97
B. L. Legendre  
   
How Brown and Green Sugarcane Leaves Deteriorate and Implications for Processing 97
G. Eggleston, M. Klich, A. Antoine, R. Viator and J. Gober  
   
Performance of Juice Heaters and Roberts Evaporators in Louisiana 98
H. Birkett and J. Stein  
   
Improvements in Clarification and Scaling Problems with Hot Liming 98
J. F. Alvarez, A. Salido, T. Johnson, T. Carreja  
   
Improved Cooling Crystallization 99
I. Delgado, A. Morales and S. Clarke  
   
Effect of Sugar Crystal Size and Uniformity on C-Centrifugal Performance 99
K. Miller, I. Tishechkina, V. Kochergin  
   
The Performance of Polyaluminum Coagulants in Raw Sugar Mills 99
M. McKee, R. Triche, M. A. Godshall, and C. Richard  
   
Implementation of South African Sugar Technology: The World’s Largest Sugar Cane Diffusers 100
I. Voigt  
   
CIP Cleaning of the GEA Ecoflex Plate Heat Exchangers in the Cane Sugar Industry 100
M. Harutiunian,  K. Niepoth,   K. Mosich  
   

 

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