Modelling soil-plant-atmosphere water transfer in greenhouse cultivation, under water restriction: how does plant growth affects transpiration and soil hydrodynamic properties?

Abstract : In greenhouses, optimized plant crop management is crucial for environmental reasons as well as competitiveness of the horticultural sector. In this context, reducing water consumption by increasing water efficiency is of high interest but requires predictive models of soil-plant-atmosphere water transfer. Such models were however presently mainly developed for open field conditions and very few models exist under greenhouse and plant in container contexts. The objective of this study is to develop a specific model predicting soil-plant water transport for plants in constrained conditions.
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Proceedings International Conference of Agricultural Engineering, Jul 2014, Zurich, Allemagne, Germany. 2014
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Patrice Cannavo, Christophe Migeon, N. Tamtial, Etienne Chantoiseau, Sylvain Charpentier, et al.. Modelling soil-plant-atmosphere water transfer in greenhouse cultivation, under water restriction: how does plant growth affects transpiration and soil hydrodynamic properties?. Proceedings International Conference of Agricultural Engineering, Jul 2014, Zurich, Allemagne, Germany. 2014. 〈hal-01541902〉

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