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Water uptake and growth of sugar beet

Water uptake and growth of sugar beet

Journal of the International Institute for Sugar Beet Research 5(2): 71-86

The maximum evapotranspiration (MET) of a crop is equal to its water uptake at field capacity under the influence of the climatic demand, under conditions of adequate soil water supply. Potential evapotranspiration (PET), which can be measured or calculated, is totally dependent on climate. MET is dependent on PET, leaf area, leaf activity and also on soil moisture where the soil is not completely covered by leaves.

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