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Effects of water application rates and planting density on size arrangements of drip irrigated onions


Irrigation Research and Extension Progress in Puerto Rico First Congress on Irrigation in Puerto Rico, Ponce, PR, 8 March 1989: 79-85
Effects of water application rates and planting density on size arrangements of drip irrigated onions
Onions (Var. Texas Grano 502) were drip irrigated in December 1982 at the Fortuna Agricultural Research and Development Centre to evaluate the effects of water application rates (wet = T1, moist = T2 and dry = T3) and various planting densities (S1, S2, S3 and S4) on crop performance. The evaluation characteristics were size arrangement and percentage distribution in each USDA size class, total solids percentage, defects percentage, onion volume, weight, density and commercial yield.

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