Adequate water is critical for crops to reach their yield potential. In North Carolina, periods of insufficient rainfall occur frequently, causing drought conditions for many farms across the state. Although regular, adequate rainfall is important, the ability of the soil to absorb water and store it for plant use between rainfall events is also critical.
Fotosíntesis y rendimiento de biomasa en ají Tabasco, rábano y maíz sometidos a agua tratada magnéticamente
Effect of Drip Irrigation and Nitrogen, Phosphorus and Potassium Application Rates on Tomato Biomass Accumulation, Nutrient Content, Yield, and Soil Nutrient Status