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Use of thermocouple psychrometry in field studies of soil-plant-water relationships
SummaryUse of Spanner thermocouple psychrometers to measure soil water potentials and internal water potentials of woody plants was studied using honey mesquite (Prosopis glandulosa var. glandulosa)
Influence of soil-water potential on the water relationships of honey mesquite.
Highlight: Thermocouple psychrometry was used to measure soil and plant water potentials of honey mesquite growing under irrigated and nonirrigated field conditions. The trees growing on the