Field and Forage Crops
Douglas J. Jardine, Section Editor



Alfalfa

Limited benefit from certain alfalfa varieties against Sclerotinia crown and stem rot, 1996-2000. Report 16:F8. VIEW/PRINT REPORT.

Beet, cultivated; wild beet
Evaluation of Beta PIs from the USDA-ARS NPGS for resistance to curly top virus, 2000. Report 16:F9. VIEW/PRINT REPORT.

Beet, cultivated; wild beet
Beta PIs from the USDA-ARS NPGS evaluated for resistance to Cercospora leaf spot, 2000. Report 16:F10. VIEW/PRINT REPORT.

Beet, cultivated; wild beet
Rhizoctonia root rot resistance of Beta PIs from the USDA-ARS NPGS, 2000. Report 16:F11. VIEW/PRINT REPORT.

Cotton
Biological seed treatment evaluations for control of the seedling disease complex of cotton, 2000. Report 16:F12. VIEW/PRINT REPORT.

Cotton
Evaluation of RechargeTM (Azospirillum) and PGPR for seedling disease control and growth promotion of cotton, 2000. Report 16:F13. VIEW/PRINT REPORT.

Cotton
Evaluation of Ascend DCTM, RechargeTM, and PGPR 89B61 for seedling disease control and growth promotion of cotton, 2000. Report 16:F14. VIEW/PRINT REPORT.

Tobacco
Black shank resistance in Virginia dark fire-cured tobacco, 2000. Report 16:F15. VIEW/PRINT REPORT.

Tobacco
Controlling Granville wilt with host resistance, Virginia results, 2000. Report 16:F16. VIEW/PRINT REPORT.

Rice
Reactions of rice cultivars and experimental lines to false smut, 2000. Report 16:F17. VIEW/PRINT REPORT.

Sugar beet
Publicly released sugar beet germplasm evaluated for resistance to Rhizoctonia root rot, 2000. Report 16:F18. VIEW/PRINT REPORT.