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The list is published yearly by the Central Institute for Supervising and Testing in Agriculture (ÚKZÚZ) commissioned by the Ministry of Agriculture of the Czech Republic. Those who take part in the testing are Sugar Beet Growers Associations, sugar companies and seed firms. The testing replaces the former system of United testing of registered sugar beet varieties (existing since 1993). Leaf diseases, yield, sugar content, sugar yield etc. are evaluated. The INDEX is the overall indicator expressing parameters of a variety to the average of all tested assortment on a relative scale. 39 varieties entered the list of recommended sugar beet varieties in the year 2010. The number of varieties with special tolerance to rhizoctonia and nematodes increased. Therefore, the varieties of the same tolerance were evaluated independently. Not only the 2010 results, but also the two- and three-year long variety evaluation results are listed. Both qualitative and quantitative indicators have remained at roughly the same level as in the last year. Source


Forty-one varieties entered the list of recommended sugar beet varieties in the year 2013. In tests, seeds treated with Cruiser Force preparation were used exclusively. Weather conditions were different than in past years, extreme humidity was replaced by high temperatures without rainfall. This was the cause of increase in tuber weight and decrease in sugar content The list is published every year by the Central Institute for Supervising and Testing in Agriculture (ÚKZÚZ) commissioned by the Ministry of Agriculture of the Czech Republic. Those who take part in the process are Sugar Beet Growers Associations, sugar companies and seed firms. The testing replaces the former system of United testing of registered sugar beet varieties (existing since 1993). Leaf diseases, yield, sugar content, sugar yield etc. are evaluated. The overall indicator, the INDEX, expresses parameters of a variety to the average of all tested assortment on a relative scale. The varieties are evaluated independently within the same tolerance. SDO lists not only the 2013 results, but also the two- and three- year long evaluation results. Results from Bezno and Lutín locality, where the beet cyst nematode appeared, are shown separately. Source


Thirty-nine varieties entered the list of recommended sugar beet varieties in the year 2015. In tests, seeds treated with Cruiser Force preparation were used exclusively. The weather conditions differed from the previous years; in the beginnning the conditions were favorable for sugar beet growth but since June the temperatures were extremely high without precipitations which had a negative impact on the root weight. The list of recommended sugar beet varieties (SDO) is published every year by the Central Institute for Supervising and Testing in Agriculture (ÚKZÚZ) commissioned by the Ministry of Agriculture of the Czech Republic. Those who take part in the process are Sugar Beet Growers Associations, sugar companies and seed firms. The testing replaces the former system of United testing of registered sugar beet varieties (existing since 1993). Leaf diseases, yield, sugar content, sugar yield etc. are evaluated. The overall indicator, the INDEX, expresses parameters of a variety to the average of all tested assortment on a relative scale. The varieties are evaluated independently within the same tolerance. SDO lists not only the 2015 results, but also the two‑ and three-year long evaluation results. Results from Lutín locality, where the beet cyst nematode appeared, are shown separately. © 2016, Listy Cukrovarnicke a Reparske. All Right Received. Source


The list is published yearly by the Central Institute for Supervising and Testing in Agriculture (ÚKZÚZ) commissioned by the Ministry of Agriculture of the Czech Republic. Those who take part in the testing are Sugar Beet Growers Associations, sugar companies and seed firms. The testing replaces the former system of United testing of registered sugar beet varieties (existing since 1993). Leaf diseases, yield, sugar content, sugar yield etc. are evaluated. The INDEX is the overall indicator expressing parameters of a variety to the average of all tested assortment on a relative scale. 34 varieties entered the list of recommended sugar beet varieties in the year 2009. The number of varieties with special tolerance to rhizoctonia and nematodes increased. Therefore, in this year the varieties of the same tolerance were evaluated independently. Not only the 2009 results, but also the two- and three-year long variety evaluation results are listed. Both qualitative and quantitative indicators have remained at roughly the same level as in the last year. Source


Thirty-eight varieties entered the list of recommended sugar beet varieties in the year 2014. In tests, seeds treated with Cruiser Force preparation were used exclusively. Weather in 2014 was favorable for sugar beet development, which also demonstrated by an above-average bulb yield (by 14 t.h–1 in average), average sugar content decreased by 1%. The list of recommended sugar beet varieties (SDO) is published every year by the Central Institute for Supervising and Testing in Agriculture (ÚKZÚZ) commissioned by the Ministry of Agriculture of the Czech Republic. Those who take part in the process are Sugar Beet Growers Associations, sugar companies and seed firms. The testing replaces the former system of United testing of registered sugar beet varieties (existing since 1993). Leaf diseases, yield, sugar content, sugar yield etc. are evaluated. The overall indicator, the INDEX, expresses parameters of a variety to the average of all tested assortment on a relative scale. The varieties are evaluated independently within the same tolerance. SDO lists not only the 2014 results, but also the two-and three-year long evaluation results. Results from Bezno, Straškov and Lutín locality, where the beet cyst nematode appeared, are shown separately. © 2015, Listy Cukrovarnicke a Reparske. All rights reserved. Source

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