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Variations in the range of readily available soil water as a function of different ecological factors



Variations in the range of readily available soil water as a function of different ecological factors



Annales Agronomiques 31(2): 109-124



Pot experiments with wheat and mustard under controlled climatic conditions in two soil types are reported, studying the factors affecting changes in the range of easily available water, when ETR (real evapotranspiration) = ETM (maximal evapotranspiration), and a range of less available water, when ETR < ETM. The effects of previous environmental conditions, soil texture, plant age, leaf surface and root density are considered.

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