Evaluating the potential of a novel dual heat-pulse sensor to measure volumetric water use in grapevines under a range of fl ow conditions

@inproceedings{Pearsall2014EvaluatingTP,
  title={Evaluating the potential of a novel dual heat-pulse sensor to measure volumetric water use in grapevines under a range of fl ow conditions},
  author={Kyle R. Pearsall and Larry E. Williams and Sean Castorani and Tim M. Bleby and Andrew Joseph McElrone},
  year={2014}
}
The aim of this study was to validate a novel, dual sap-flow sensor that combines two heat-pulse techniques in a single set of sensor probes to measure volumetric water use over the full range of sap flows found in grapevines. The heat ratio method (HRM), which works well at measuring low and reverse flows, was combined with the compensation heat-pulse method (CHPM) that captures moderate to high flows. Sap-flowmeasurements were performed on Vitis vinifera L. (cvv. Thompson seedless, Chardonnay… CONTINUE READING

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