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Rapid Response Tensiometer for Evaluating Preplant Irrigation Efficiency

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Title Rapid Response Tensiometer for Evaluating Preplant Irrigation Efficiency
Description A study of the potential of using rapid response tensiometers to evaluate preplant irrigation was conducted at the Texas Agricultural Experiment Station, Lubbock and Halfway, Texas. Sites used for the study were an Olton loam soil at Lubbock and a Pullman clay loam at Halfway. Soil water potential was measured with both portable rapid response and permanently installed tensiometers. Soil water content was measured with a neutron probe. Since preirrigations are performed during freezing...
Date 2007-12-07T21:40:53Z 2007-12-07T21:40:53Z 1979-04
Type Technical Report
Identifier http://hdl.handle.net/1969.1/6280
Language en_US
Relation TR-102;
Publisher Texas Water Resources Institute

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