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Flooding, root temperature, physiology and growth of two Annona species
Author(s): M. Ojeda, B. Schaffer and F. S. Davies
Publication Type: Article
Journal: Tree Physiology
Article Topic(s): Water,Stress
Research Setting(s): Nursery
Species Referenced: Annona glabra (Pond apple),
AbstractEvaluated the effects of root zone temperature and flooding on the growth of Annona glabra and A. muricata. Annona glabra was more flood tolerant than A. muricata. For A. glabra, optimum growth occurred at root zone temperatures of 25-35 C for non-flooded plants and at 20-25 C for flooded plants.
Suggested CitationM. Ojeda, B. Schaffer and F. S. Davies. "Flooding, root temperature, physiology and growth of two Annona species." Tree Physiology 24.9 (2004): 1019-1025.