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Effect of double cover, aluminous film, water sprinkling and low tunnels, in the evolution of night temperature in high tunnels


, : Effect of double cover, aluminous film, water sprinkling and low tunnels, in the evolution of night temperature in high tunnels. Acta Horticulturae ( 357): 153-162

Several techniques were evaluated in high tunnels (3.7x1.7x80 m) covered with a 100 micro m PE film and used for strawberry cultivation.

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