Demande : Taleghani
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Bazrafshan, M. et al. 
Rhizomania disease has attracted most attention in recent years. One of the cultural practices that have been suggested to reduce the incidence and severity of rhizomania or to limit the spread of the pathogen includes limiting irrigation duration and increasing frequency. Two separate furrow irrigated experiments in non-infested vs. infested fields (in 2002) and low infested vs. high infested ...
SUBJECT: damage; riego; rhizomanie; rizomania; irrigation
Bazrafshan, M. et al. 
Field experiments were carried out at Dezful (as autumn planting), Karaj, Miandoaab, Mashhad, and Shiraz (as spring planting) in 1382, 1383, and 1384. The experimental design was split-split-plot with a randomized complete block arrangement with four replications. The main factors were planting dates (PD) of 20th Shahrivar, 15th Mehr, and 10th Aban in Dezful, 25th Esfand, 25th Farvardin, 25th ...
SUBJECT: harvesting; betterave sucriere; plantation; hybride; remolacha azucarera
Development of sugar beet drought tolerant varieties by using recurrent selection (diploid pollinators)
Sadeghian, S.Y et al. 
Limitation of water resources has affected crop production in semiarid regions in recent years. Although sugar beet is considered as a drought tolerant crop, water deficit stress at various growth stages results in reduced root yield of the crop. One of the most efficient methods for mitigating drought stress in sugar beet production is development and breeding of drought tolerant varieties. F ...
SUBJECT: selection recurrente; recurrent selection; drought stress; seleccion recurrente; betterave sucriere
Screening and Identification of Beet Drought Tolerant Diploid Multigerm Half-Sib Families in the Field
Fathollah Taleghani, D et al. 
Water deficit is one of the important factors limiting crop productivity in arid and semiarid regions of the world. Therefore, introduction of drought tolerant varieties in agricultural crops including sugar beet is of special priority. One of three components of the hybrid varieties is suitable pollinator parent. In this study, ١٣١ half-sib families ١١٠ and ١١١) were compared, in , (selected ...
SUBJECT: drought stress; betterave sucriere; estres de sequia; remolacha azucarera; sugarbeet
Sugar beet environmental stresses (drought and salinity) in Iran: Physiology, breeding, agronomy and biotechnology
Rajabi, Abazar et al. 
Environmental stresses, especially drought and salinity, are among the major factors limiting the production of crops including sugar beet in arid and semi-arid regions of the world. With an annual precipitation of 240 mm, Iran is calssified as a dry region of the world. On the other hand, over 17% of country'a area is occupied by saline soil.Thus, for the production of crops to be economic in ...
SUBJECT: biotechnology; physiologie; mejora; stress du a la secheresse; biotechnologie
Shahbazy, H.A. et al. 
Root and crown rot by fungi including Rhizoctonia, Pythium and Phytophthora, most important factors are inhibiting the production of sugar beet. To evaluate the effect of agronomic factors on the reduction of sugar beet root rot experiment was performed in Khorasan Razavi (Torbat jame). Split plot experimental design that the main plot two levels of irrigation (including irrigation 8 days and ...
SUBJECT: root rots; caracteristicas agronomicas; damage; betterave sucriere; caractere agronomique
Hamdi Holasoo, F. et al. 
Nowadays polymers have found wide applications in agriculture. Smart polymeric materials and polymer delivery systems contribute to fight with viruses and other unwanted streses in agricultural industry. The goal of this research was to determine the effects of the synthesized polymers properties on seed germination and seedling growth of sugar beet (variety Zarghan) in laboratory, greenhous ...
SUBJECT: polymerization; polimerizacion; betterave sucriere; pildoracion de semillas; pelliculage des semences
Gohari, J. et al. 
SUBJECT: densidad; density; betterave sucriere; nitrogen; azote
Fazli, h. et al. 
SUBJECT: betterave sucriere; drought; remolacha azucarera; tolerancia; sugarbeet
Taleghani, D.F. et al. 
SUBJECT: betterave sucriere; stratification; frameworks; marcos; remolacha azucarera