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Evaluation of new Canal Point sugarcane clones: 1993-94 harvest season

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Saccharum,
  • Clones,
  • Disease resistance,
  • Germplasm,
  • Variety trials

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsShine, J.M. Jr, Tai, P.Y.P., Miller, J.D., Deren, C.W., Comstock, J.C., Sosa, O. Jr
    The Physical Object
    Pagination21 p.
    Number of Pages21
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26359116M

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Evaluation of new Canal Point sugarcane clones: 1993-94 harvest season by B. Glaz Download PDF EPUB FB2

Evaluation of new Canal Point sugarcane clones: harvest season Item Preview Evaluation of new Canal Point sugarcane clones: harvest season by Glaz Publication date Topics Saccharum, clones, Florida, evaluation, selective breeding, germplasm, variety trials, evaluation Collection usda-soutilpasfor; usda-arsseries.

Twenty-eight replicated experiments were conducted on nine farms (representing five organic soils and two sand soils) to evaluate 44 new Canal Point (CP) clones of sugarcane from the CP 94, CP 93, CP 92, and CP 91 by: 3. Paper copies available from: USDA-ARS-SAA, U.S.

Sugarcane Field Station, HCR Box 8, Canal Point, FL Distributed to depository libraries in microfiche. Description based on: harvest season; title from caption (viewed J ).

This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. from "Evaluation of New Canal Point Sugarcane Clones," an annual USDA report.

Comments about disease susceptibility were made after considering results from greenhouse and field inoculation tests, and disease presence under natural field conditions.

Jack. To evaluate clones against standard variety CP a non replicated double row trial was laid out having net plot size measuring 5Xm Keeping in view the desirable characters, 42 clones.

Evaluation of new Canal Point sugarcane clones [microform]: harvest season / B. Glaz [et al.] Sugarcane variety tests in Malaysia / Jack L. Bagent. COMPARATIVE SUGARCANE CLONAL STUDIES AT ADVANCE NURSERY SELECTION STAGE. Comparative performance of clones against standard variety CP was conducted in a non-rep-licated trial, having net plot size measuring x 5 m.

A new sugarcane clone AEC, was obtained from seed (fuzz), of a cross combination of NCo x CP, imported from ARS, USDA, Canal Point, Florida, USA. Screening for Sugarcane Brown Rust in the First Clonal Stage of the Canal Point Sugarcane Breeding Available via license: CC BY Content may be subject to copyright.

Field studies were conducted from to on muck and sand soils for one plant and two ratoon sugarcane crops in a cooperative genotype selection program based at Canal Point, Florida. Sugarcane (Saccharum spp.) brown rust (caused by Puccinia melanocephala Syd. & P. Syd.) was first reported in the United States in and is still one of the great challenges for sugarcane production.

A better understanding of sugarcane genotypic variation in response to brown rust will help optimize breeding and selection strategies for disease by: 9. For many centuries sugarcane has been cultivated and developed, and we now have a huge range of crop varieties. Based on Blackburn’s highly successful Sugarcane, originally published inthis new edition has been fully revised and expanded by an international.

Get this from a library. Evaluation of new Canal Point sugarcane clones: harvest season. [B Glaz; United States.

Agricultural Research Service.;]. The data for each clone x date interaction were tested for treatment differences (herbicide amounts) by c a l c u A high F indicated a greater variation in plant growth The F values of clones were then expressed Six of the resulting f r o m a significant e f f e c t of the herbicide amount while a low F indicated herbicide tolerance.

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Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library Identifier. 21 Ripeners The application of technology for the utilization of chemical ripening products to increase yields has been extended from 2, hectares in harvest season /, to more thanin harvest season / as observed in Figure The USDA-ARS breeding facility at Canal Point, Florida, is a good Clones to be used as males are potted and placed on rail cars for When temperatures drop below example of heated facilities used to provide male-fertile clones for cross pollination.

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Where Is Everybody pdf 3 Кб Sugarcane код для вставки. In Stage II of the Canal Point, FL, sugarcane cultivar development program, we measured spectral reflectance and chemical traits on three leaves of the top visible dewlap from each of 87 genotypes in December and and genotypes in May, July.

The number of sampled clones per quadrat ranged from zero to 10 and the sampled members per clone ranged from two to 34 over the growing season. Some clones were found more than once. During the study, numbers of clonal members increased or decreased, clones were found on one to three dates, and clones were found in one to two quadrats.

Sugarcane (Saccharum spp. hybrid) is an important field crop grown for sugar and biofuel in more than countries in the world under varied agroclimatic diseases, namely, mosaic caused by sugarcane mosaic virus, sugarcane streak mosaic virus (SCSMV), and sorghum mosaic virus in different countries; leaf fleck by sugarcane bacilliform virus; and yellow leaf disease by Cited by: 1.

The Sugar Bulletin, ; The Sugar Bulletin, For Sugar Cane OUACHITA FERTILIZER NEW IBERIA, LA. () For Classified Ads Phone The weather during the remainder of the harvest season will, as is normally the case, determine exactly what the final yield will be.

After experiencing a total of 16 inches of rain. The Canal Point (CP) sugarcane (Saccharum spp.) breeding program has developed high-yielding cultivars for the organic soils of South Florida, but cultivar development has not been as successful for sand soils in this region.

Our objectives were to improve final-stage (Stage 4) selection efficiency of this program by assessing interactions. Examples of host genetic vulnerability are cassava diseases, sugarcane diseases, tree crop diseases, cereal diseases, and hop mosaic disease.

The introduction of other vulnerable cultivars has led to the greatly increased prevalence of diseases that occurred previously but Cited by: engicaña. Sugarcane Crop in Guatemala EDITORS Mario Melgar Adlai Meneses Héctor Orozco Ovidio Pérez Rodolfo Espinosa. Artemis Edinter The Guatemalan Sugarcane Research and Training Center CENGICANA, was created by the Guatemalan Sugar Association, ASAZGUA into support the technological advance of the sugar agroindustry, with the aim of improving the production and 5/5(1).

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Fanguy, H.P. and Legendre, B.L. Evaluation of new sugarcane breeding lines for brittleness. Sugar Cane (Autumn Supplement): 1‑6.

D.M. Impact of leaf scald and yellow leaf syndrome on parental clones for use in crossing season at Canal Point. Sugar Bull. 72(8):6, during the harvest season. The Sugar Bulletin is the official organ of the American Sugar Cane League of the U.S.A., Inc. The monthly publication i. The clonal-specific DNA fingerprints were also used in the commercial component of the sugarcane variety development program to assess the cross quality (percentage of off spring from the planned cross containing DNA from both parents) of crosses made at two Agricultural Research Service (ARS) facilities (Canal Point, FL, and Houma, LA) and.

Campsomeris dorsata is a hymenopteran scoliid that is endemic to South America, Central America, and parts of the West Indies. It has been used as a biological control agent in the past in Puerto Rico, Mauritius, and Florida to aid in reducing coleopteran pests in sugar cane agricultural systems.

The status of C. dorsata's establishment in Florida has been unknown since intentional Author: Anthony Paul Abbate, Joshua Campbell, Jon Bremer, William H Kern. Vol 43rd: Proceedings of the 43rd Southern Pasture and Forage Crop Improvement Conference, held at Clemson, South Carolina, April ARS, ERD, Canal Point, Fla, respectively.

2 Son. and Crop Science Society of Florida Florida suggested to pounds of or on the sandy soils of the southeast Florida coast, and to pounds of on new organic soil, while similar amount of 0.

Collect stalk and sheath tissue from new wild sugarcanes for evaluation for resistance evaluation in laboratory. Objective These breeding lines are being used in the commercial breeding programs at both ARS sugarcane breeding stations (Canal Point, FL and Houma, LA) as well at Louisiana State University and Texas A&M University.

It is with great pleasure and pride to report to you that the Florida sugar cane industry has just completed a record breaking harvest this season.

A total of 15, short tons of cane were ground, producing 1, short tons (raw value) of sugar, with a yield of percent, from an estimatedacres harvested for sugar.

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Czech J Phys BFile Size: 6MB. Objective 4: Following several years of educational programming and bi-annual field days highlighting recommendations on newly released sugarcane varieties, encourage the sugarcane industry to commercially test and adopt a new USDA Canal Point “CP” variety on enough acreage to make it a new “principal” variety (by definition, a.

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The regular season games begin on Sep. 5 and end on Nov. There were 69 sugar cane factories Louisiana in and only 46 in Louisiana sugar cane growers have become much more efficient in the use of labor, thanks primarily to mechanization. In it required 15 man hours of labor to produce and harvest a ton of .(1) USDA Sugar Cane Field Station, Canal Point, FL, USA; (2) University of Florida, Belle Glade, FL, USA Orange rust of sugarcane, incited by Puccinia kuehnii, was first observed in Florida during June on one of the industry’s most important commercial cultivars, CP This was the first report of this disease in the Western Hemisphere.