DEFICIT IRRIGATION IN CONSECUTIVE CYCLES ON YIELD AND WATER USE EFFICIENCY IN ‘TOMMY ATKINS’ MANGO TREES

@inproceedings{Mesquita2017DEFICITII,
  title={DEFICIT IRRIGATION IN CONSECUTIVE CYCLES ON YIELD AND WATER USE EFFICIENCY IN ‘TOMMY ATKINS’ MANGO TREES},
  author={Naasoom Luiz Santos Mesquita and Paulo Roberto Fernandes J{\'u}nior and Marcelo Rocha dos Santos and Bismarc Lopes da Silva and M. Donato and Igor Nogueira DE Castro},
  year={2017}
}
We aimed to understand two strategies of deficit irrigation and their effects on yield and water-use efficiency (WUE) in ‘Tommy Atkins’ mango trees, for three consecutive cycles. In the experiment with Regulated Deficit Irrigation (RDI), the treatments were: T1, full irrigation at every fruit development stage, 100% of ETc; T2, 100% of Etc at stages II and III and 50% of Etc at stage I; T3, 100% of ETc at stages I and III and 50% of ETc at stage II; T4, 100% ETc at stages I and II and 50% of… 

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