Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry
Vol. 7, Issue 2 (2018)
Water productivity of tomato as influenced by drip irrigation levels and substrates
Parameshwarareddy R, SS Angadi, MS Biradar and RH Patil
The pot experiment was conducted at the Hi-tech Horticulture unit at Saidapur Farm, MARS, UAS, Dharwad during rabi
2015-16. The results indicated that, the total water requirement for tomato under polyhouse condition using drip irrigation levels at 50,75 and 100 percent pan evaporation (PE) were 20.83, 29.24 and 37.65 l plant-1
respectively. Among drip irrigation levels 50 percent PE recorded significantly highest water productivity (74.56 kg m-3
) and least in 100 percent PE (67.56 kg m-3
). Within substrates treatment, mixed substrates of cocopeat + perlite + vermiculite at 50:25:25 recorded significantly higher water productivity (83.37 kg m-3
) as compared to others.
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Parameshwarareddy R, SS Angadi, MS Biradar and RH Patil. Water productivity of tomato as influenced by drip irrigation levels and substrates. J Pharmacogn Phytochem 2018;7(2):1343-1346.