Compendium of Beet Diseases and Pests Related

Coffee Diseases and Pests:: Provides information on coffee leaf rust, coffee berry disease, bacterial blight, nematodes and leaf miners which attack this crop.

Plant Health, Pests and Diseases:: The Department of Primary Industries and Fisheries provides information on potentially harmful plant pests and diseases in Queensland, with a disease diagnosis service, information service and plant health publications.

The Global Journal of Pests, Diseases and Crop Protection (GJPDCP):: The Global Journal of Pests, Diseases and Crop Protection (GJPDCP) ISSN: 2437-1874 is a peer-reviewed, open access journal that provides rapid publication (monthly) of articles in all areas of Pests, Diseases and Crop Protection and related disciplines. The objective of this journal is to provide a veritable platform for scientists and researchers all over the world to promote, share, and discuss a variety of innovative ideas and developments in

Sustainable Architecture Compendium:: Provides information about sustainable architecture from the National Pollution Prevention Center for Higher Education. Includes information about sustainable design, materials, and recycling and reuse.

Industrial Ecology Compendium:: Describes the background of industrial ecology, defines its main attributes, and puts it in the perspectives of an academic discipline and a field of ecology.

Compendium of Pesticide Common Names:: Nomenclature information for each pesticide that has a common name approved by ISO.

A Compendium of On-Line Soil Survey Information:: A collection of links and information on soil classification systems: Institutes, classifications and methods, databases, and learning resources. (by D G Rossiter)

Beet Production:: Factsheet on the cultivation of this crop with special reference to North Carolina.

Sugar Beet Nematode:: Account of the damage caused by this pathogen, control measures, and photographs and drawings.

U.S. Beet Sugar Association:: What was to evolve into the United States Beet Sugar Association can be traced to an organization founded during an informal meeting of American beet sugar processors that took place in San Francisco in 1892. In 1911, industry leaders formally created an organization they called the United States Beet Sugar Industry, and a permanent presence was established with offices in Washington, DC. In 1914, the organization was incorporated as the United S

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The California Sugarbeet
Sugar Beet Research and Education Board of Minnesota and North Dakota
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Crop Profile for Sugar Beets
Sugar Beet Root Aphid