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Some studies on pre-planned controlled soil moisture irrigation scheduling of field crops


, : Some studies on pre-planned controlled soil moisture irrigation scheduling of field crops. Crop yield response to deficit irrigation: 180-195

Five field experiments were conducted with wheat and cotton during 1990-94 in Pakistan. A 3-year study of moisture deficit irrigations (MDI) to wheat V-85205 was continued with the same irrigation schedule(s) for two years. The third year irrigation schedule(s) were modified on the basis of the preceding year's results. The 3-year study indicated that the crop was most sensitive to moisture deficit at tillering stage and least sensitive at flowering stage.


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