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Bell pepper yield response to carbonated irrigation water


Journal of Plant Nutrition 19(10-11): 1477-1484
Bell pepper yield response to carbonated irrigation water
Field studies were conducted to determine the influence of carbonated irrigation water on bell pepper (Capsicum annuum L.) yield, plant nutrient status, canopy carbon dioxide (CO-2) concentration, and soil pH. Marketable yield, early yield, marketable fruit size distribution, and plant nutrient status were unaffected by carbonated irrigation water. Air CO-2 concentration in the lowest portion of the canopy increased during irrigation events, but returned to the ambient CO-2 concentration shortly after irrigation ceased. The effect of carbonated irrigation water on soil pH was marginal and unpredictable.


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