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.
Two cashew accessions, A3-1, that adapt well to drought stress, and a local accession Pangkep, and four levels of soil bulk densities of 0.75 g cm-3, 0.90 g cm-3,1.00 g cm-3 and 1.24 g cm-3 under sufficient soil moisture conditions, were arranged in factorially completely randomized design with five replications.
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