Partial rootzone drying is a feasible option for irrigating processing tomatoes.

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Year Published: 2004
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Author: Zegbe, J.A. ; Clothier, B.E. ; Behboudian, M.H.
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Pages: 195 - 206
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Volume: 68
Number: 3
Journal: Agricultural water management
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ISSN: 03783774
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water content, color, fruit quality, fruit composition,photosynthesis, stomatal conductance, leaf water potential, water useefficiency, dry matter accumulation, crop yield, rhizosphere, furrowirrigation, Lycopersicon esculentum, tomatoes, microirrigation, soilwater content, plant growth, water conservation, plant-water relations,New Zealand

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