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WATER TRANSFER TO GERMINATING SEEDS AS AFFECTED BY SOIL HYDRAULIC PROPERTIES AND SEED-WATER CONTACT IMPEDANCE.
Year:
1975
Authors :
Hadas, Aviva
;
.
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Co-Authors:
Hadas, Amos
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From page:
501
To page:
511
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Total pages:
11
)
Abstract:
Seed germination as affected by soil water hydraulic properties (e. g. matric potential, hydraulic conductivity) and seed-soil water contact, was studied experimentally. The concept of contact impedance combining seed-soil water contact area contact zone-hydraulic properties was introduced and determined experimentally. It was found that reducing soil matric potential or the conductivity to water postpones germination as expected, but to a lesser extent than contact impedance does. Applications to field conditions are discussed.
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Language:
English
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ID:
20039
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Scientific Publication
WATER TRANSFER TO GERMINATING SEEDS AS AFFECTED BY SOIL HYDRAULIC PROPERTIES AND SEED-WATER CONTACT IMPEDANCE.
Hadas, Amos
WATER TRANSFER TO GERMINATING SEEDS AS AFFECTED BY SOIL HYDRAULIC PROPERTIES AND SEED-WATER CONTACT IMPEDANCE.
Seed germination as affected by soil water hydraulic properties (e. g. matric potential, hydraulic conductivity) and seed-soil water contact, was studied experimentally. The concept of contact impedance combining seed-soil water contact area contact zone-hydraulic properties was introduced and determined experimentally. It was found that reducing soil matric potential or the conductivity to water postpones germination as expected, but to a lesser extent than contact impedance does. Applications to field conditions are discussed.
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