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Su Chen, Sun Yiyuan, Chen Yong. Study on Application of Newly Weter-Saving Irrigation Control[J]. Advances in Water Science, 1994, 5(2): 142-148.
Citation: Su Chen, Sun Yiyuan, Chen Yong. Study on Application of Newly Weter-Saving Irrigation Control[J]. Advances in Water Science, 1994, 5(2): 142-148.

Study on Application of Newly Weter-Saving Irrigation Control

Funds:  The study supported by Fund (zualified Majors to Authorized Ph. D. Degrees at Colleges.
  • Received Date: 1993-03-03
  • Rev Recd Date: 1993-11-29
  • Publish Date: 1994-04-25
  • In Soil-Plant-Atmosphere Continuum an automated irrigation control system, based on the microgrowth and water content change of plant stem and fruit as water-requiring information, can maintain green plants a proper water deficit and adjust their microgrowth effectively. Experiment showed that, compared with the plants well irrigated, corn and orange fruit grew well when the decrease of irrigated water reached 15.6% and 21.4%, respectively.
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Study on Application of Newly Weter-Saving Irrigation Control

Funds:  The study supported by Fund (zualified Majors to Authorized Ph. D. Degrees at Colleges.

Abstract: In Soil-Plant-Atmosphere Continuum an automated irrigation control system, based on the microgrowth and water content change of plant stem and fruit as water-requiring information, can maintain green plants a proper water deficit and adjust their microgrowth effectively. Experiment showed that, compared with the plants well irrigated, corn and orange fruit grew well when the decrease of irrigated water reached 15.6% and 21.4%, respectively.

Su Chen, Sun Yiyuan, Chen Yong. Study on Application of Newly Weter-Saving Irrigation Control[J]. Advances in Water Science, 1994, 5(2): 142-148.
Citation: Su Chen, Sun Yiyuan, Chen Yong. Study on Application of Newly Weter-Saving Irrigation Control[J]. Advances in Water Science, 1994, 5(2): 142-148.
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