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Effects of irrigation scheduling, using remotely sensed canopy-air temperature differentials, on water relations, yield, and quality of snap beans (Phaseolus vulgaris L.)



Effects of irrigation scheduling, using remotely sensed canopy-air temperature differentials, on water relations, yield, and quality of snap beans (Phaseolus vulgaris L.)



Dissertation Abstracts International, B 43(10): 3090



A method for using remotely measured leaf canopy/air temp. differences to schedule irrigations in P. vulgaris Oregon 1604 and Galamor is described. In both 1981 and 1982, yield was strongly related to av. soil water potential at 0-45 cm depth. However, evaporative demand on the crop was higher in 1981 so that in 1982 yields were at least 5 t/ha greater at a given soil water potential than in 1981.

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