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Comparative effects of deficit irrigation and partial rootzone drying on soil water distribution, water use, growth and yield in greenhouse grown hot pepper



Comparative effects of deficit irrigation and partial rootzone drying on soil water distribution, water use, growth and yield in greenhouse grown hot pepper



Scientia Horticulturae9: 1, 11-16



This study was conducted to compare two water-saving practices, deficit irrigation (DI) and partial rootzone drying (PRD), and examine how they affected soil water distribution, water use, growth and yield of greenhouse grown hot pepper compared to commercial irrigation (CI).

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