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Drip Irrigation in Pecans (B 936)

Summary

Research conducted on drip-irrigated pecans in Georgia over the past several years has shown that drip irrigation is highly beneficial even in wet years. The objective of drip irrigation is to supply each plant with sufficient soil moisture to meet transpiration demands. Drip irrigation offers unique agronomic, agrotechnical and economic advantages for the efficient use of water.

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Status and Revision History
In review as of Feb 20, 2009
Published on May 14, 2009
Reviewed on Feb 16, 2012
Expired on Feb 28, 2015