Effect Of Watering Interval On The Growth Of Jojoba (simmondsia Chinensis L.) Seedlings In
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Effect Of Watering Interval On The Growth Of Jojoba (simmondsia Chinensis L.) Seedlings In The Drylands Of Kenya
Water is a scarce resource in arid areas and over 80% of Kenya is arid and semi-arid. A trial was conducted to assess the best watering interval for jojoba nursery plants in dry-lands of Kenya. The watering intervals of: daily (1), 2, 4 and 6 days were applied as treatments. The experimental design was a RCBD replicated 4 times. These treatments were applied for 2 months on 4 months old seedlings during September to November 2012. The variables assessed included: survival, plant height, leaf area, leaf length and width, root collar diameter, root number and biomass. Analysis of variance was used to determine treatment differences whileDownloadViews: 60

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