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Job Teixeira de Oliveira, Rubens Alves de Oliveira, Domingos Sarvio Magalhães Valente, Isabela da Silva Ribeiro, and Paulo Eduardo Teodoro

analyze the spatial autocorrelation of irrigation concerning the other productive components of the garlic crop. Material and Methods The soil was classified as Latossolo Vermelho Amarelo ( Embrapa, 2018 ) or Oxisol, and a sandy clay textural class. The

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Esmaeil Fallahi, Denise Neilsen, Gerry H. Neilsen, Bahar Fallahi, and Bahman Shafii

semiarid fruit-producing regions of western North America ( Neilsen et al., 2006 ). However, merging a new orchard design with an efficient irrigation system can result in lower water consumption ( Neilsen et al., 2008 ) while producing higher quality

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Catherine C. Lavis and Laura A. Brannon

It is estimated that as much as 3.5 billion gallons (13.25 million cubic meters) of landscape irrigation water is lost or wasted due to evaporation, wind, or improper irrigation system design, installation, and maintenance in the United States each

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Attila Ombódi, Hussein Gehad Daood, and Lajos Helyes

, environment can substantially affect the carotenoid content in carrots. Warmer conditions usually result in a higher content of carotenes ( Kaack et al., 2001 ; Tsukakoshi et al., 2009 ). Fikselová et al. (2010) found that irrigation and a larger amount of

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Quan Liu, Yan Lan, Feng Tan, Yunbiao Tu, Yingying Sun, Gajue Yougu, Zeshen Yang, Chunbang Ding, and Tian Li

content of olives from this region can reach 28% ( Xiao et al., 2009 ). Olive is a drought-resistant plant. In general, the traditional olive orchards in Mediterranean areas are under rain-fed conditions without any form of irrigation ( Sofo et al., 2008

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Tessa M. Mills, Jianming Li, and M. Hossein Behboudian

Kiwifruit ( Actinidia deliciosa and A. chinensis ) is an important commercial crop in New Zealand and is grown primarily in the Bay of Plenty but spreads from Kerikeri in the north to Nelson in the south. Irrigation is often necessary due to

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Thomas H. Yeager, Joseph K. von Merveldt, and Claudia A. Larsen

The use of reclaimed water as an irrigation source for nursery crops is of increasing importance because many nurseries are located near urban areas that have experienced rapid population growth. Population growth results in increased demand for

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Erik Lichtenberg, John Majsztrik, and Monica Saavoss

Improvements in sensor technology coupled with advances in knowledge about plant physiology have made it feasible to use real-time substrate volumetric water content sensors to accurately determine irrigation timing and application rates in soilless

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Abby B. Griffin, Amy N. Wright, Kenneth M. Tilt, and D. Joseph Eakes

and Spomer, 1983 ). Water in the surrounding soil does not tend to move into the root ball; thus, until established, water applied to the root ball is critical. In previous research, irrigation outside the original root ball did not aid in rapid

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Isabelle Lemay, Jean Caron, Martine Dorais, and Steeve Pepin

suitable particle size and precise irrigation management ( Bégin, 2008 ; Dorais et al., 2005 ). Improving substrate productivity: particle size and irrigation management Particle size. Substrate particle-size distribution plays an important role in