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Response of olive and almond orchards to partial irrigation under dry-farming practices in semi-arid regions. III. Plant-soil water relations in almond during the growing season



Response of olive and almond orchards to partial irrigation under dry-farming practices in semi-arid regions. III. Plant-soil water relations in almond during the growing season



Plant and Soil 44(1): 113-128



Some parameters pertaining to plant-soil water relations of almond trees under certain irrigation schemes were studied at the Burg El-Arab Desert Experiment Station. Daily and seasonal fluctuations in transpiration rate, relative turgidity, osmotic concentration of leaf sap and number of leaves carried by trees were investigated. Computed total water loss was a function of the amount of foliage rather than the transpiration rate.

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