Water Relations, Growth, and Yield of Processing Tomatoes Under Partial Rootzone Drying

@inproceedings{ZegbeDomnguez2004WaterRG,
  title={Water Relations, Growth, and Yield of Processing Tomatoes Under Partial Rootzone Drying},
  author={J. A Zegbe-Domı́nguez and Mohammad H. Behboudian and Amanda L. S. Lang and Brent Euan Clothier},
  year={2004}
}
ABSTRACT Water for irrigation is limited worldwide. Therefore water saving practices will have to be adopted. This experiment was carried out to compare deficit irrigation (DI) with partial rootzone drying (PRD) for their effects on the processing tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum Mill.) cv. Petopride. The treatments were: full watering of both sides of the root system (RS) at each irrigation as control (C), half of irrigation water in C divided equally to both sides of the RS with each watering… CONTINUE READING

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