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Water-Yield Relationships in Deficit Irrigated Cabbage

Version 1 : Received: 2 January 2019 / Approved: 4 January 2019 / Online: 4 January 2019 (08:55:55 CET)

How to cite: AYAS, S. Water-Yield Relationships in Deficit Irrigated Cabbage. Preprints 2019, 2019010036. AYAS, S. Water-Yield Relationships in Deficit Irrigated Cabbage. Preprints 2019, 2019010036.


Abstract This trial was realized in Yenisehir Vocational School between 2007 and 2008 on the purpose of study out the influence of lack of water in four growth periods of cabbage. In this trial, fourteen irrigation treatments was formed considering the growth periods (establishment, vegetative, yield formation and ripening) of cabbage (Brassicaceae Oleracea var. capitata L. Grandslam F1) and the results obtained from these treatments were evaluated. According to the content of the treatments, the water amount to the plants varied between 0 and 524 mm in the 2007 year, and between 0 and 536 mm in the 2008 year. Water consumption of cabbage in the 2007 year ranged between 200 and 795 mm and in the 2008 year ranged between 190 and 802 mm. Yield, head weight, diameter, height and dry matter ratio were determined statistically important. In 2007 and 2008 years, the maximal yield were found as 74.2 t ha-1 and 72.4 t ha-1 in the E100V100Y100R100 treatments, while the minimal yield were found as 2.0 t ha-1 and 4.0 ha-1 in the E0V0Y0R0 treatments, respectively. Water- yield relationship factor (ky) in 2007 and 2008 years were found as 0.96 and 0.97, respectively.


Cabbage, deficit irrigation, WUE and IWUE values, yield and quality parameters of cabbage, irrigation planning.


Biology and Life Sciences, Plant Sciences

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