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Processing tomato is an important crop in California, where more than 100,000 ha are produced annually ( Hartz et al., 2008 ). In recent years, drip irrigation has revolutionized production and increased fruit yield expectations; some California

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to salt stress under higher irrigation water salinity treatment levels. The objective of this study was to compare salinity responses and salinity-related suppression of budbreak of drip-irrigated pecan seedlings of rootstock ‘Riverside’ grafted with

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twice a week with 81/h tricklers rather than by irrigating every day or once a week with 41/h tricklers. Zhao et al. (2012) reported that surface drip irrigation caused the roots of Elaeagnus angustifolia to be distributed in the topsoil and that the

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), drip irrigation (DI)]. Field sampling and measurements. Four branches with flower buds and new apical shoots from the four directions (east, south, west, and north) in each sampling tree were labeled at the end of March for field survey. The shoot

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Until recently, most blueberry fields in the United States were irrigated with sprinklers. However, many new plantings are irrigated by drip, particularly in newer growing regions such as California and eastern Oregon and Washington ( Strik and

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germination and infection, we postulated that drip irrigation in the nursery would reduce the impact of C. acutatum in fruiting fields. The objective of this study was to evaluate the impact of irrigation method and the presence of pathogen pressure in a

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Subsurface drip irrigation has been increasingly employed for the production of specific vegetables, such as onion ( Allium cepa ) and processing tomato ( Solanum lycopersicum ) ( Ayars et al., 2015 ; Enciso et al., 2007 ; Leskovar et al., 2004

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Drip irrigation has rapidly become the most popular method to irrigate blueberry in most countries, including the United States and Canada. Young plants often grow better with drip than with conventional sprinkler systems and, as a result, produce

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On-farm trials and demonstrations of low-cost drip irrigation systems for fruits, flowers, and vegetables were carried out with hundreds of farmer cooperators by the nonprofit organization Proximity Designs (Yangon, Myanmar) from 2007 to 2009 before

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( Chartzoulakis and Drosos, 1995 ; Sedibe, 2003 ). Drip irrigation is a localized technology that supplies water and dissolved nutrients directly to the roots of crops. This improves photosynthetic capacity of plants, maximizing yield, minimizing water usage, and

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