Repeated Measure Analysis of Line-source Sprinkler Experiments

@article{Fernandez1991RepeatedMA,
  title={Repeated Measure Analysis of Line-source Sprinkler Experiments},
  author={G. Fernandez},
  journal={Hortscience},
  year={1991},
  volume={26},
  pages={339-342}
}
Line-source sprinkler systems (LSSS), which create a continuous variable soil water gradient from the water source, have been used in irrigation (Hanks et al., 1980) and drought screening studies (ICRISAT, 1982). This system is simple to set up and minimizes land required since no border rows between plots are needed. Field plot layouts using LSSS have been published elsewhere (Hanks et al., 1980; Johnson et al., 1983). The experimental design is similar to stripplot or split-block design… Expand
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