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Behaviour of some physiological indicators of plant water status in different growing conditions


, : Behaviour of some physiological indicators of plant water status in different growing conditions. Cultivos Tropicales 12(3): 31-37

Studies were carried out with potato Desiree, tomato Campbell-28 and arabica coffee Caturra, all growing on compacted red ferrallitic soil. The potato and tomato crops were subjected to different levels of water stress, whereas the coffee crop was grown either in full sun or under shade of Ricinus communis.


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