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Effect of drought stress on the physiology, fruit development, quality and yields of litchi trees


, : Effect of drought stress on the physiology, fruit development, quality and yields of litchi trees. Inligtingsbulletin Instituut vir Tropiese en Subtropiese Gewasse ( 260): 19-20

The effects of drought stress on 10-year-old Litchi Mauritius trees growing on a sandy loam soil were investigated. In the wet treatment, trees were irrigated weekly to replace evapotranspiration, while in the dry treatment, trees were slowly subjected to drought stress from panicle emergence in late July until after harvest in Jan.

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