Canopy temperature as a measure of salinity stress on sorghum

@article{Kluitenberg2004CanopyTA,
  title={Canopy temperature as a measure of salinity stress on sorghum},
  author={Gerard J. Kluitenberg and James W. Biggar},
  journal={Irrigation Science},
  year={2004},
  volume={13},
  pages={115-121}
}
A complete understanding of plant response to combined water and salinity stress is desirable. Previous growth chamber and greenhouse experiments with sorghum and maize indicate that soil salinity, by negatively affecting growth processes, may reduce consumptive water use, thus prolonging the supply of available soil moisture. In the present field… CONTINUE READING