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The effect of different soil water potentials on the growth and productivity of tomatoes



The effect of different soil water potentials on the growth and productivity of tomatoes



Pochvoznanie i Agrokhimiya 11(6): 13-22



A glasshouse experiment indicated that irrigation of tomatoes was most economic when water was applied at soil water potentials of -30 to -40 j/kg in meadow alluvial soil and -60 j/kg in smonitza.

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