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Response of Japanese mint (Mentha arvensis Linn.) to different irrigation schedules



Response of Japanese mint (Mentha arvensis Linn.) to different irrigation schedules



Perfumer and Flavorist 2(5): 57



Mint was grown under 10 irrigation treatments, as follows: 8 applications at 15-day intervals; 6 applications (4 at 15-day intervals and 2 at 30-day intervals); 4 at 30-day intervals; 12 at 10-day intervals; 9 (6 at 10-day and 3 at 20-day intervals); 6 at 20-day intervals; 16 at 8-day intervals; 12 (8 at 8-day and 4 at 16-day intervals); 9 at 16-day intervals; and no irrigation (control).

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