Physiological Indicators of Plant Water Status of Irrigated and Non-irrigated Grapevines Grown in a Low Rainfall Area of Portugal

@article{Sousa2005PhysiologicalIO,
  title={Physiological Indicators of Plant Water Status of Irrigated and Non-irrigated Grapevines Grown in a Low Rainfall Area of Portugal},
  author={Tiago Alves de Sousa and Manuel D. N. T. Oliveira and Jamil de Morais Pereira},
  journal={Plant and Soil},
  year={2005},
  volume={282},
  pages={127-134}
}
Water is a key resource in commercial wine production and both large excesses and deficits have undesirable effects upon the amount and quality of the wine produced. A balance between the water requirements of a fully developed canopy and the induced stress necessary for the commercial quality of the wine must be reached. Thus we need a physiological indicator that integrates both soil and climatic conditions to use as a management tool. An experimental field was established in the eastern part… CONTINUE READING
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