Water Transport and Growth of Cashew (Anacardium occidentale L.) Under Soil Mechanical Impedance

Estate Crops News – The ability to adapt to soil mechanical impedance was considered to support cashew growing in drought prone areas, since those areas are sometimes aggravated by problem on soil mechanical impedance. The response of water transport and growth under soil mechanical impedance was  evaluated  at  two  productive  cashew  accessions.

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Journal Littri ICECRD Vol. 21 No. 3, 2015

ICECRD OF PUBLICATION – INDUSTRIAL ESTATE CROP RESEARCH JOURNAL, a scientific publication that contains primary research of plantation commodities that have not been published in any media, published four times a year by the Center for Estate Crops Research and Development. TABLE OF CONTENTS Adaptation Test of Superior Varieties Sugarcane in Dryland Agroecological Conditions; Budi […]

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