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Effect of different irrigation levels on water use characteristics of bitter almond seedlings


, : Effect of different irrigation levels on water use characteristics of bitter almond seedlings. Desert development Part 1: desert agriculture, ecology and biology: Proceedings of the Second International Desert Development Conference held on 25-31 January 1987 in Cairo, Egypt: 139-159

In irrigation trials on field-grown bitter almond seedlings, commonly used as rootstocks for sweet almonds, water was supplied to full compensation level after depletion of 20-100% of available soil moisture (ASM). In one of the trials, water was supplied at 50-100% of the ASM after complete depletion of all available water.


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