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A simple model for predicting transpiration of greenhouse cucumber

A simple model for predicting transpiration of greenhouse cucumber

Gartenbauwissenschaft 65(3): 107-114

A simple model is presented that predicts transpiration of a greenhouse cucumber crop. Leaf area development, which is important for transpiration prediction at least until complete soil cover, is calculated from a simple dry matter production derived model. This model calculates total dry matter production from intercepted radiation and light use efficiency, leaf area growth is determined from the fraction of dry matter allocated to the leaves and the specific leaf area.

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