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Water relations of grapevines irrigated at different levels using drip, sprinkler or furrow irrigation. II. Effect on vegetative growth and yields



Water relations of grapevines irrigated at different levels using drip, sprinkler or furrow irrigation. II. Effect on vegetative growth and yields



Agricultura Tecnica 46(3): 283-289



Four irrigation levels, corresponding to 0.2, 0.5, 0.8 and 1.1 Class A pan evapotranspiration (EB) and 3 irrigation systems were assessed in plots of Moscatel Rosada Vegetative growth was restricted by the lowest level of water application, particularly with drip irrigation. Pruning weight was linearly correlated with estimated evapotranspiration in drip-irrigated vines. Yields were similar with all irrigation systems and levels of water application except for the lowest level.

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