Transpiration response of upland rice to water deficit changed by different levels of eucalyptus biochar

@inproceedings{Pereira2012TranspirationRO,
  title={Transpiration response of upland rice to water deficit changed by different levels of eucalyptus biochar},
  author={Rog{\'e}rio Gomes Pereira and Alexandre Bryan Heinemann and Beata Emoke Madari and Marcia Thais de Melo Carvalho and Huberto Jos{\'e} Kliemann and Aur{\'e}lio Pereira dos Santos},
  year={2012}
}
The objective of this work was to evaluate the effect of eucalyptus biochar on the transpiration rate of upland rice 'BRSMG Curinga' as an alternative means to decrease the effect of water stress on plant growth and development. Two-pot experiments were carried out using a completely randomized block design, in a split-plot arrangement, with six replicates. Main plots were water stress (WS) and no-water stress (NWS), and the subplots were biochar doses at 0, 6, 12 and 24% in growing medium… CONTINUE READING

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