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Bell pepper yield response to carbonated irrigation water


, : Bell pepper yield response to carbonated irrigation water. Journal of Plant Nutrition 19(10-11): 1477-1484

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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