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  • QUT GP P 664.1220973

    1 JOURNAL

    American Society of

    Sugar Cane Technologists

    Volume 21 Florida and Louisiana Divisions

    June, 2001

    ASSCT

  • 2000 JOINT EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE AMERICAN SOCIETY OF SUGAR CANE TECHNOLOGISTS

    General Secretary-Treasurer Denver T. Loupe

    Florida Division Office Louisiana Division

    Carmen Baez-Smith David G. Hall John A. Fanjul James M. Shine Michael Damms John Dunckelman Barry Glaz Thomas Schueneman

    President First Vice-President

    Second Vice-President Chairman, Agricultural Section

    Chairman, Manufacturing Section Chairman at Large

    Past President Secretary-Treasurer

    Bill White Will Legendre

    Chris Mattingly Keith Bischoff

    Tony Parris Benjamin Legendre

    Manolo Garcia Denver T. Loupe

    EDITORS Journal American Society of Sugar Cane Technologists

    Volume 21 June, 2001

    Managing Editor Ron DeStefano

    Agricultural Editor Nael El-Hout

    Manufacturing Editor Manolo Garcia

    PROGRAM CHAIRMAN 30th Annual Joint Meeting

    American Society of Sugar Cane Technologists Michael S. Irey

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  • Honorary membership shall be conferred on any individual who has distinguished himself or herself in the sugar industry, and has been elected by a majority vote of the Joint Executive Committee. Honorary membership shall be exempt from dues and entitled to all the privileges of active membership. Each Division may have up to 15 living Honorary Members. In addition, there may be up to 5 living Honorary members assigned to the two Divisions jointly. (Article HI, Section 4 of the Constitution of the American Society of Sugar Cane Technologists).

    As of May 2000, the following is the list of the living Honorary members of the American Society of Sugar Cane Technologists for Florida and Louisiana Divisions:

    Florida Division Joint Division Louisiana Division

    Guillermo Aleman Henry J. Andreis Pedro Arellano Enrique Arias Antonio Arvesu John B. Boy David G. Holder Arthur Kirstein III Jimmy D. Miller Joseph Orsenigo Ed Rice Blas Rodrigues George H. Wedgworth

    Jack L. Dean Preston H. Dunckelman

    Lloyd L. Lauden Denver T. Loupe Harold A. Willett

    P.J.

    Felix "Gus" Blanchard Richard Breaux

    S.J.P. Chilton 'Pete" deGravelles

    Gilbert Durbin Minus Granger

    Sess D. Hensley James E. Irvine

    Dalton P. Landry Lowell L. McCormick

    Joe Polack Charles Savoie

    2000 OUTSTANDING PRESENTATION AWARDS

    E. P. Richard, Jr. Weed and Sugarcane Response to CGA 362622: A Potential Herbicide for Louisiana.

    M. Damms and B. Anderson. Potential Sucrose Losses in Clarifier Mud and Mud Filtrate.

    K. P. Bischoff, K. A. Gravois, H. P.Schexnayder and G. L. Hawkins. The Efect of Harvest Method and Plot Size on Sugarcane Yield

    C. LaBorde, K. Gravois and K. Bischoff. Fertilizer Effects of Older Sugarcane Ratoon Crops in Louisiana.

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  • Journal American Society of Sugar Cane Technologists, Vol. 20,2000

    Errata

    The following corrections should be made to the manuscript: Abou-Salama, Adel M. 2000. Improving Water Use Efficiency to Sugarcane Under Upper Egypt Conditions. JASSCT. 20: 41- 52. The editor of Vol. 20 apologizes to the author and readership for any inconvenience.

    Abstract, Paragraph 1, line 13 Value 55.81 should read 131

    Abstract, Paragraph 2, line 3 Value 3,700 should read 23,095

    Introduction, Paragraph 1, line 7 Value 12,000 should read 28,571

    Materials and Methods, Paragraph 3, lines 3 and 4 Values 9,700; 11,000; 7,100; and 12,400 should read 23,095; 26,190; 16,904; and 29,523; respectively

    Materials and Methods, Paragraph 3, lines 5 and 6 Values 9,900; 11,250; 7,100; and 12,700 should read 23,571; 26,785; 16,904; and 30,238; respectively

    Table 4, Column Sugar yield (mt/ha)

    Value 5.05 6.29 4.53 5.58 6.88 7.35 6.26 6.32

    Correction 12.02 14.97 10.78 13.28 16.38 17.49 14.90 15.04

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  • TABLE OF CONTENTS

    President's Message - Louisiana Division Bill White.......................................................................................................................................1

    President's Message - Florida Division

    Carmen Baez-Smith 4

    PEER REFEREED JOURNAL ARTICLES Agricultural Section 8

    RNA Isolation and Photosynthetic Gene Expression in Sugarcane Grown Under Elevated C02 and High Temperature 9

    Mu-Quing Zhang, Maria Gallo-Meagher, Joseph C. V. Vu, and L. Hartwell Allen

    Notes on the Yellow Sugarcane Aphid Sipha Flava (Homoptera:Aphididae) and the Lady Beetle Diomis Terminatus (Coleoptera:Coccinellidae) in Florida 21

    David G. Hall

    Fertilizer Effects of Older Sugarcane Ratoon Crops in Louisiana 30 Chris LaBorde, Kenneth Gravois, and Keith Bischoff

    Effect of Silicon and Expression of Resistance to Sugarcane Borer 43 D. L. Anderson and Omelio Sosa, Jr.

    The Effect of Harvest Method and Plot Size on the Estimation of Sugarcane Yield 51

    K. P. Bischoff, K. A. Gravois, H. P. Schexnayder, Jr., and G. L. Hawkins

    PEER REFEREED JOURNAL ARTICLES Manufacturing Section 61

    Cane Juice Analysis by Near Infrared (NIR) to Determine Grower Payment 62

    Tere Pi Johnson The Presence of Total Polysaccharides in Sugar Production and Methods for Reducing Their Negative Effects ...73

    James A. Cuddihy, Jr., Miguel E. Porro, and James S. Rauh

    Strategies for the Expansion of Cane Sugar Mills 92 Peter W. Rein

    A Flexible Coupling for Sugarcane Mills-Its Design Conception and Performance 102

    Luiz Carlos Felicio

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  • Cane Factory Process Modeling Using Sugars for Windows 109 L. Warner Weiss

    Natural Frequency of Torsional Vibrations in Sugar Mill Drives .. 129 Saul Herscovici

    One Design, Two Pans, A Great Flexibility of Use 140

    G. Journet and C. Pelletan

    AGRICULTURAL ABSTRACTS

    The Lady Beetle Diomis terminatus (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae) and the Yellow Sugarcane Aphid Sipha flava (Homoptera: Aphididae) in Florida 151

    David G. Hall. Efficacy of Soil Insecticides for Wireworm Control in Florida Sugarcane 151

    Ron Cherry

    Potential Impact of Sugarcane Varietal Changes On Insect Pest Management in Louisiana 152

    T. E. Reagan and F. R. Posey

    Novel Technology for Sugarcane Insect Pest Management...............................................................153 J. C. Legaspi, B. C. Legaspi, Jr., and T. E. Mirkov

    Sugarcane Yellow Leaf Virus: Possible Tactics to Develop Resistant Cultivars............................................................................................................................. 154

    J. C. Comstock, J. D. Miller, and T. E. Mirkov

    Molecular Markers for Monitoring Transgenic Sugarcane .. 154 A. M. Abouzid, M. Gallo-Meagher, and K. Chengalrayan

    Effect of Growth Regulators on Efficient Plant Regeneration from Sugarcane Callus . 155

    K. Chengalrayan and M. Gallo-Meagher

    Current Status on Biotechnology Research at Sugarcane Research Unit, Houma, Louisiana...................................................................................155

    Y.-B. Pan, D. M. Burner, M. P. Grisham, B. L. Legendre, and Q. Wei

    RNA Isolation and Photosynthetic Gene Expression in Sugarcane Grown Under Elevated C02 and High Temperature 156

    Mu-Qing Zhang, M. Gallo-Meagher, Joseph C. V. Vu, and L. Hartwell Allen

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  • Effect of Purple Nutsedge (Cyperus rotundus L.) Competition in Sugarcane (Saccharum spp.) .156

    M. J. Duchrow and J. M. Shine, Jr.

    CGA-362622: A New Herbicide for Weed Control in Sugarcane 157 E. K. Rawls, J. W. Wells, M. Hudetz, R. Jain, and M. F. Ulloa

    Weed and Sugarcane Response to CGA 362622: A Potential Herbicide for Louisiana 157

    E. P. Richard, Jr.

    Effect of Harvest Method and Storage Time on Sugarcane Deterioration 159 G. Eggleston, B. L. Legendre, and C. Richard

    The Effect of Harvest Method and Plot Size on Sugarcane Yield 159 K. P. Bischoff, K. A. Gravois, H. P. Schexnayder, and G. L. Hawkins

    Efficiency of First Clonal Trial Selection Using Different Plot Sizes 160 S. B. Milligan, M. Balzarini, K. A. Gravois, and K. P. Bischoff

    Analysis of Resource Allocation in Final Stage Sugarcane Clonal Selection 161

    J. S. Brown and B. Glaz

    Responses of Sugarcane Plants to Water Tables 162 P. Y. P. Tai, J. D. Miller, B. Glaz, and D. Morris

    Soaking of Sugarcane Stalk Sections in Water Before Planting 163 B.Glaz

    Sugarcane Yield Following Long-Term Exposure to High and Flooded Water Tables 163

    J. D. Ray, T. R. Sinclair, and B. S. Glaz

    Sugarcane Cultivar Response to Two Summer Water Management Strategies in the Everglades 164

    B. Glaz, S.Edme, J. D. Miller, D. G. Holder, and S. Milligan

    Photosynthesis Characteristics in Eleven Cultivars of Sugarcane and Their Responses to Water Stress During the Elongating Stage 165

    R. Chen, G. Li, and M. Zhang

    Characterization of Possible Sulfur Sources within the Everglades Agricultural Area 165

    T. J. Schueneman

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  • Si as Macronutrient for Sugarcane 166 V. V. Matichenkov, G.H. Snyder, and D. V. Calvert

    Plant-Available Si Status of Louisiana and Florida Soils 166 B. Ande,

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