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Growth and yield studies of potato development in a semi-arid region. 3. Effect of water stress and amounts of nitrogen top dressing on physiological indices and on tuber yield and quality of several
SummaryThe response of five potato cultivars (Alpha, Cardinal, Désirée, Spunta and Up-to-Date) to a range of amounts of irrigation nitrogen top dressing (N.t.) in a rainless region was studied byExpand
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Growth and yield studies of potato development in a semi-arid region. 2. Effect of water stress and amounts of nitrogen top dressing on growth of several cultivars
SummaryFive potato cultivars were subjected to water deficits as well as to excess water and to corresponding amounts of nitrogen top dressing (N.t.) applied in the irrigation water.The rates ofExpand
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Leaf permeability as an index of water relations, CO2 uptake and yield of irrigated wheat
  • D. Shimshi
  • Environmental Science
  • Irrigation Science
  • 1 August 1979
SummaryAn irrigation experiment was conducted on wheat in the northern Negev, Israel. The growing season rainfall was 198 mm; six irrigation treatments, ranging from 0 to 320 mm were applied atExpand
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Irrigation of Field Crops
The successful production of field crops in arid regions is entirely dependent on the use of a sound irrigation program based on a knowledge of the effect of soil-moisture stress on the plant atExpand
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A FAST‐READING VISCOUS FLOW LEAF POROMETER
SUMMARY A field porometer is described for measuring the permeability of amphistomatous leaves. The apparatus is a light (2.8 kg) portable version of Gregory and Pearse's porometer, which enablesExpand
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The Effect of supplemental irrigation and nitrogen fertilisation on wheat (Triticum aestivum L.)
SummaryFour irrigation treatments: no irrigation; early irrigation (150 mm); late irrigation (150 mm); and early+late irrigation (275 mm), with 363 mm of rain; and four basic applications of nitrogenExpand
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TWO ECOTYPES OF IRIS ATROFUSCA BAK. AND THEIR RELATIONS TO MAN-MODIFIED HABITATS
ABSTRACT Iris atrofusca Bak. occurs in two different habitats in the northern Negev: (1) deep loessial soils of the 'Arad valley which have been under primitive cultivation for thousands of years andExpand
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