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Benefits of Partial Root Zone Drying Not Cut and Dry

Nov 2003 Issue of Wine Business Monthly
In California, researchers in the San Joaquin Valley are breaking the news at irrigation conferences and to the winegrape growing world at large that PRD (Partial Rootzone Drying) may not offer significant advantages over other types of deficit irrigation.Water savings without compromising yield especially interested Australian scientists on a continent where some say water scarcity is bound to be the main factor limiting future production. Australians Peter Dry and Brian Lovey's work landed on ...
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