Journal of Sugar Beet

Journal of Sugar Beet
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pISSN: 1735-0670 eISSN: 2588-6010

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Introduction
The journal of "Sugar Beet” is an open access journal published two issues per year by Sugar Beet Seed Institute (SBSI), Alborz, Iran. The Journal welcomes the submission of original papers and short communications, as well as comprehensive reviews (from elite researchers), related to sugar beet.
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Considering the importance of water in agriculture as well as extending autumn-sown sugar beet cultivation area, this study was conducted to evaluate the effect of growth restriction treatments, planting date and cultivar on bolting and other quantitative and qualitative traits of autumn-sown sugar beet in Karaj, Iran during two years (2018-19). Th...
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In order to evaluate the morphological, quantitative and qualitative traits of different fodder beet cultivars (genotypes) under foliar application of methanol and the glycine betaine amino acid, the present study was conducted in 2018 in Hamedan and Qom. The experiment was designed as a factorial split plot in a randomized complete block with thre...
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Sugar as a strategic commodity has always been of interest to governments. This product is obtained from sugarcane and sugar-beet. Therefore, the relationship between sugar beet production and sugar import is considered significant. This study aimed to estimate the relationship between sugar import and sugar beet production in Iran during 2001-21 u...
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Estimation of sucrose content in sugar beet through density determination is notable in terms of its non-destructiveness, inexpensive, speed and lack of destructive environmental effects compared with polarimetric method. The aim of this study was to evaluate the effect of sugar beet root weight on sucrose estimation by densitometry compared with p...
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Sugar is one of the basic and strategic products that has always been considered and supported by governments. Sugar is an international and strategic commodity that has a special place in the trade, social and economic policies of many countries. Given that part of the country's needs is met through imports, therefore, one of the important issues...
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In order to determine the genetic parameters and heritability of different traits of sugar beet and also the relationship between traits, full-sib and hybrid genotypes were evaluated in separate trials at Miandoab Agricultural Research Station under salinity and normal conditions in 2017. In full-sib trial performed under salinity condition, root y...
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Rhizomania is the most destructive disease in spring sugar beet along with root-knot nematode and are spreading in some parts of Iran. The best control method against these two diseases is using resistant cultivars. Therefore, the aim of this study was to develop and select a high yield hybrid resistant to rhizomania and root knot nematode. Twenty-...
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Today, one of the practical ways to improve the quantity and quality of sugar beet is to use micronutrients in appropriate proportions and in the form of foliar application. For this purpose, 14 micronutrient fertilizer treatments in four replications were applied on Latatia cultivar in a randomized complete block design in Roshtkhar and Zaveh citi...
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To develop cultivars tolerant to salinity stress, diverse genetic resources are required. This study was performed to evaluate the salinity tolerance of new imported sugar beet genotypes in a factorial design based on completely randomized design with three replications including 15 multi-germ genotypes and two controls as the first factor and two...
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Mechanical control of weeds in the field can reduce the environmental concerns caused by high application and costs of herbicides. This study was performed to determine the technical and economic effect of new bent leg cultivator on sugar beet yield. The study included seven treatments of bent leg cultivator with 45 mm blade width, bent leg cultiva...
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Today, the use of new technologies as a solution to remove environmental barriers and optimal use of resources has been considered. Changing the cultivation method from direct seeding to seedling transplanting in some crops such as sugar beet is considered as a practical solution for this purpose. The aim of this study was to determine the partial...
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In order to understand the role of maternal parent in producing sugar beet cultivars resistant to rhizomania, root rot, and beet cyst nematode diseases, 12 single crosses resistant to rhizomania, three normal single crosses, and two male sterile lines were crossed with two pollinators. One of the pollinators (SB36-S1-3) was resistant to beet cyst n...
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Seed and soil borne pathogenic fungi and pests that grow in early growing season of sugar beet cause seedling loss and establishment. The use of fungicides and insecticides in seed coating technology to control pathogens and pests is so effective and necessary in early growing season in order to increase plant emergence and establishment. However,...
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Agricultural insurance as a means of the risk transfer is a very important tool. Sugar beet, as one of the most important crops in the country, has a cultivated area of about 100000 hectares. The area under cultivation of sugar beet in Mashhad was 750 hectares with about 27,000 tons production (yield equivalent to 36 tha-1) in 2018-19. On the other...
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The germination percentage of different sugar beet cultivars and hybrids in the field is of special importance for the breeder as a superior feature of the improved cultivar. The aim of this study was to provide an image processing-based method for rapid and accurate counting of seedling number of various sugar beet cultivars in the field. The imag...
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In order to compare and determine the potential, and compatibility level of different sugar beet (Beta vulgaris L.) cultivars at different planting and harvest dates, a two years (2014-16) trial was conducted in Etka Dehloran field. In the first and second year, the trial was performed in split plot- and split-split plot based on randomized complet...
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Sugar beet is an industrial and strategic crop regarding sugar production in Iran, however, accurate information on its yield potential (Yp) and yield gap (Yg) is limited. The aim of this study was to estimate the yield potential of sugar beet using GYGA protocol according to the current conditions for the first time in Iran. Based on this protocol...
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Clopyralid is an important herbicide for controlling the broadleaf weeds in sugar beet fields, but the effect of spray volume and soil settled on the shoot of weeds on its efficacy has not been studied yet. Therefore, a greenhouse study in factorial design (3×2×5) based on completely randomized design was conducted. The first factor included the am...
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The widespread use of herbicides in crops can often contaminate aquatic ecosystems. Aquatic macrophytes such as duckweed (Lemna minor L.) are used as a suitable group to evaluate the environmental changes caused by herbicides. To evaluate the toxicity of six commercial herbicides including desmedipham, phenmedipham, desmedipham + phenmedipham + eth...
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The purpose of this study was to estimate the demand for Iranian sugar imports considering the two countries of Brazil and the United Arab Emirates as the major importers of sugar to Iran. It should be noted that the UAE acts as a re-exporter and is not a sugar producer. Therefore, time series data from 1992-2016 and Auto-Regressive Distributed lag...
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Activity in agricultural sector is considered as a risky job due to its high reliance on nature and its dependence on climatic and environmental factors. Agricultural insurance as a means of risk transfer is of great importance. On the other hand, sugar beet is one of the important crops in the crop rotation of Qazvin plain that every year a large...
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Soil salinity is one of the most important factors in reducing crop yield around the world, especially in arid and semi-arid regions. Therefore, development of salt-tolerant cultivars such as sugar beet that can grow under stress condition and have economic yield, is one of the most important breeding goals. For this purpose, salinity tolerance eva...
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This study was conducted to evaluate the effect of transplanting on water use efficiency of autumn-sown sugar beet in Mehran, Ilam province. The experiment was carried out as factorial split-split plot based on randomized complete block design with four replication in two grwoing season 2015-16 and 2016-17. Sowing date (late September, early Octobe...
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In the present study, the resistance of 30 common commercial sugar beet cultivars against root rot caused by Rhizoctonia solani and Fusarium oxysporum was evaluated in West Azerbaijan province during 2017 and 2018. Cultivars were inoculated in pots under controlled greenhouse conditions. The experiment was conducted in completely randomized design...
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There is ample evidence to illustrate the role of triazoles and silicon in mitigating the effects of abiotic stresses. However, the potential of nano-silicon and tebuconazole and their possible interactions in ameliorating the effects of drought stress and related mechanisms in sugar beet have not been investigated so far. Therefore, a split-plot f...
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Soil salinity is affecting plant production, including sugar beet growing, especially in Al-Fayoum Governorate, Egypt. Screening for salinity tolerant varieties is one of the most often methods used by breeders in sugar beet. The present study was carried out at Al-Fayoum Governorate, (29°17ˋ N; 30°53ˋ E), Egypt, during 2017/2018 and 2018/2019 grow...
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Identifying new areas for autumn-sown sugar beet (Beta vulgaris L.) production which requires less water than spring ones, has made it possible to increase the area under cultivation of this crop. The best and least expensive way to identify suitable growing areas is the use of Geographic Information System (GIS). In order to identify the suitable...
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In this study, the antagonistic activities of eleven isolates belonging to 10 species of Trichoderma fungi including Trichoderma harzianum, T. atroviride (two isolates), T. viride, T. orientalis, T. citrinoviride, T. asperellum, T. spirale, T. crassum, T. pseudokoningi and T. ceramicum against rhizoctonia solani AG2-2, the causal agent of sugar bee...
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In order to study the effect of seed priming on and the growth of sugar beet seedling under stress condition, an experiment was conducted in the laboratory and greenhouse of the Department of Agronomy, Faculty of Agriculture, Urmia University in 2017. Experimental units were arranged in factorial based on completely randomized design with three rep...
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A quality decrease of sugar beet roots under silage condition may vary for susceptible and resistant to rhizomania cultivars. The aim of this study was to evaluate the quality of resistant to rhizomania sugar beet pollinators under silage condition in Karaj (non rhizomania infected area) in 2014 and in Zarghan (infected to rhizomania site), Fars, I...
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The turnip moth, Agrotis segetum is considered as one of the most important pests of sugar beet. The larvae of this pest feed on sugar beet crown from the second age onwards and cut off the root from the stem causing seedling dryness. This research was conducted during 2013-15 in West Azerbaijan and Lorestan provinces. The efficacy of Bt Semisolid...
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In the present study, natural active enemies of pests in sugar beet fields in some regions of Iran including Gonbad, Ramian, Agha Qala (Golestan province), Nahavand (Hamadan province), Fereydoun-Shahr, Borkhar, Golpayegan (Isfahan province), Shahrekord (Chaharmahal & Bakhtiari province), Naghadeh, Miandoab (West Azarbaijan province) were studied. A...
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This aim of this study was to evaluate the possibility of improving the yield and qualitative traits of sugar beet using seed hydropriming and increasing plant density under late planting. Two Iranian sugar beet cultivars (Aria and Shokoofa) were used. First, the optimal hydropriming limit of the seeds of the desired cultivars was determined in the...
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In order to study the effect of various groundwater resource management policies on sugar beet cultivation area in Khorasan Razavi province, a positive mathematical programming model was used. The studied areas included Mashhad, Neyshabur, Sabzevar, Torbat-Jam and Torbat-e-Heidariyeh. Required information was obtained by completing the questionnair...

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Development and phenotypic and molecular evaluation of sugar beet hybrids for resistance to rhizomania and root-knot nematode (Meloidogyne spp.) P. Norouzi, S.B. Mahmoudi, D. Taleghani, A. Rajabi, S. Sadeghzadeh Hemayati, M. Aghaiezadeh, J. Soltani Idliki, S. Darabi, B. Babaee, F. Fasahat and S. Vahedi Effect of sugar beet root weight on estimation of sucrose using densitometry method versus polarimetry method B. Babaee, M.R. Khanmohammadi khorami, A. Bagheri garmaroudi and M. Abdollahian noghabi Evaluation of genetic parameters and relationships between physiological and yield traits of sugar beet under normal and salinity stress condition A.M. Khorshid, A. Rajabi, A.A. Asadi, H. Azizi and B. Babaee Effects of planting date, paclobutrazol, and nitrogen fertilizer on bolting percentage and some quantitative and qualitative traits of three autumn sugar beet cultivars S. Afrakhte, D. Habibi, M. sadeghi shoae, F. Paknejad and M. Sarajoughi Effect of foliar application of micronutrient fertilizers on the technological quality of sugar beet A.J. Salarian and A. Salari The effect of methanol and glycine amino acid foliar application on yield and some physiological traits of different fodder beet cultivars P. Haghighi, D. Habibi, H. Mozafari, B. Sani and M. sadeghi shoae Estimating the relationship between sugar import and sugar beet production in Iran, during 2001-21 H. Rafiee and S.F. Hashemi Dashtaki Economic analysis of the relationship between exchange rate and sugar prices and its effect on sugar beet production M. Kazemnejad Short Paper: Preliminary evaluation of new sugar beet germplasm for salinity tolerance Z. Abbasi and M. Mahluji Publication URL: https://jsb.areeo.ac.ir/issue_25753_25916.html
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Identification of proper maternal parent for producing sugar beet cultivars resistant to major soil borne diseases S.B. Mahmoudi, P. Norouzi, S, Khayamim, M. Bazrafshan, H. Mansouri, A. Ahmadi, S. Sadeghzadeh Hemayati and M. Aghaiezadeh Determination of the proper planting date and harvest of commercial sugar beet cultivars in autumn cultivation in Ilam province S. Ghasemi, S. Sadeghzadeh Hemayati, D. Taleghani, K. Siavashi and M. Hosseinpour Modeling of sugar beet yield gap and potential in Iran Z. Mohammadzadeh, A. Soltani, H. Ajamnoroozi and A.B. Bazrgar Economic effects of bent leg cultivator on sugar beet crop production A.A. Solhjou, E. Zareh and M. Bazrafshan Effect of using different fungicides and insecticides in sugar beet seed coating on germination traits M.R. Mirzaie Determining the number of sugar beet seedling using image processing method M. Shaker, M. Bazrafshan and A.A. Jafari Comparison of productivity in direct seeding and seedling transplanting patterns of sugar beet production M. Rafati and K. Shemshadi Identification and analysis of barriers in extension of sugar beet insurance in Mashhad county Sh. Zare, H. Mohammadi, S. Ziaee and M. Ahmadpour Borazjani The effect and elimination of the settled soil on jimsonweed’s shoot on efficacy of clopyralid A. Aliverdi and S. Karami Publication URL: https://jsb.areeo.ac.ir/issue_25753_25754.html?lang=fa
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Evaluation of sugar beet commercial cultivars resistance against root rot caused by R. solani and F. oxysporum S. Moshari, R. Hemmati, S.B. Mahmoudi and A. Pedaram Evaluation of salinity tolerance of sugar beet breeding populations and hybrids under greenhouse and field conditions A.M. Khorshid, A. Rajabi, I. Bernousi and F.A. Moghadam Impact of nanosilicon and tebuconazole foliar application on some physiological traits, growth and white sugar yield of sugar beet under drought stress Sh. Namjoyan, A. Rajabi, A. Sorooshzadeh and M. Aghaalikhani The effect of transplanting, sowing and harvesting date on yield and water use efficiency of autumn-sown sugar beet SAA Abdollahi, A Hatami, V. Yousof-Abadi and AA Mehrabi Side effects of some of the most important sugar beet herbicides on non-target aquatic macrophyte A.A. Chitband and M. Nabizade Estimation of Iran’s sugar import demand function (ARDL approach) P. Najafi, M. Fehresti sani, Y. Bostan and A. Fatahi ardakani Identification and ranking of factors affecting the extension of sugar beet crop insurance among beet farmers in Qazvin plain with emphasis on economic components M.J. Mehdizadeh Rayeni, H. Mohammadi and V. Dehbashi Evaluation of ten sugar beet varieties in terms of growth, yield and quality under different soil salinity levels F. F.B. Abu-Ellail, K.A. Sadek and H.M.Y. El-Bakary Publication URL: https://jsb.areeo.ac.ir/issue_12443_25597.html