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Relationship between actual evapo-transpiration rate and soil-water content under different evaporative conditions


, : Relationship between actual evapo-transpiration rate and soil-water content under different evaporative conditions. Indian Journal of Agricultural Sciences 62(3): 210-211

Experiments with Sesame (Sesamum indicum) in a vertisol at Parbhani, India, to study variations in evapotranspiration with changes in available soil water content show that evaporation rate decreases in a convex manner with decrease in soil water content, and that at low evaporative demands evapotranspiration proceeds at the potential rate over the entire range available.

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