|Title:||Plant water use and drought stress physiology: Manipulating irrigation for efficient water use and high quality plants||Authors:||Marc van Iersel
Stephanie E. Burnett
|Keywords:||Plant water use;drought stress||Issue Date:||Aug-2010||Publisher:||農業試驗所||Related Publication(s):||農業試驗所特刊第145號||Start page/Pages:||31-54||Source:||Proceedings of the Taiwan-USA Symposium on Technology of Cultivation and Molecular Breeding for Ornamental Crops||Conference:||2010台美觀賞作物栽培技術與分子輔助育種研討會
Proceedings of the Taiwan-USA Symposium on Technology of Cultivation and Molecular Breeding for Ornamental Crops
Irrigation system that can control watering based on soil moisture sensors are a powerful tool for both greenhouse irrigation and drought stress physiology research. This paper provides an overview of research at the university of Georgia. Three studies are discussed: a study describing the effects of substrate water content (θ) on growth and water use of petunia, a study looking at growth and drought stress physiology of vinca, and a study looking at control of both irrigation and fertigation using in situ soil moisture and electrical conductivity sensors. This research has practical application for greenhouse irrigation and fertilization management, while also furthering drought stress hpysiological research.
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