Effects of drip irrigation levels and planting methods on yield and yield components of green pepper (Capsicum annuum, L.) in Bako, Ethiopia
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KeywordsDeficit irrigation Drip irrigation Planting method Green pepper Yield and yield components Ethiopia;
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