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Withholding of drip irrigation between transplanting and flowering increases the yield of field-grown tomato under plastic mulch

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  • Wang, Guangyao
  • Goldy, Ronald

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  • Ngouajio, Mathieu & Wang, Guangyao & Goldy, Ronald, 2007. "Withholding of drip irrigation between transplanting and flowering increases the yield of field-grown tomato under plastic mulch," Agricultural Water Management, Elsevier, vol. 87(3), pages 285-291, February.
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