Irrigation Effects on Plant Water Relations and Productivity of Thompson Seedless Grapevines

@inproceedings{Grimes1990IrrigationEO,
  title={Irrigation Effects on Plant Water Relations and Productivity of Thompson Seedless Grapevines},
  author={Donald W. Grimes and L. E. Williams},
  year={1990}
}
  • Donald W. Grimes, L. E. Williams
  • Published 1990
  • Biology
  • (...)Grape yields followed declining water availability essentially linearly over the range of available data. A 50% reduction in crop evapotranspiration resulted in a 26% yield loss. Irrigation intensities that resulted in leaf water potential > -0.9 MPa, crop water stress index 0.008 m.s -1 maintained high grape productivity. These results can be used to profit-maximize irrigation water as a production input 

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