Effect of autumn and winter water-charging irrigation on water status of almond

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  • Authors: Hajiyev TY1, Dzhahangirov HA1, Iolchiev BS2, Romanova EV3
  • Affiliations:
    1. Apsheron experimental station of subtropical cultures
    2. All-Russian Scientific Research Institute of livestock production
    3. Russian People's Friendship University
  • Issue: No 2 (2011)
  • Pages: 23-27
  • Section: Articles
  • URL: http://agrojournal.rudn.ru/agronomy/article/view/1649
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Abstract


The water status of almond was monitored during the vegetational season and autumn-winter period. The effect of autumn-winter water-charging irrigation on the development of almond and its productivity was studied. The highest level of productivity has been received at use of three vegetative and two water-charging irrigation in November and December.

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T Y Hajiyev

Apsheron experimental station of subtropical cultures

Email: cadgyew@rambler.ru
Apsheron experimental station of subtropical cultures

H A Dzhahangirov

Apsheron experimental station of subtropical cultures

Email: dossent2009@rambler.ru
Apsheron experimental station of subtropical cultures

B S Iolchiev

All-Russian Scientific Research Institute of livestock production

Email: baylar1@yandex.ru
Всероссийский НИИ животноводства Россельхозакадемии; All-Russian Scientific Research Institute of livestock production

E V Romanova

Russian People's Friendship University

Email: evrоma2008@yandex.ru
пос. Дубровицы, Московская обл., Россия, 1421323Кафедра генетики, растениеводства и защиты растений; Российский университет дружбы народов; Russian People's Friendship University

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