Irrigation scheduling has an important role in achieving an optimum yield of high-quality cut flower or foliage products. It relies on the simple principle of growing plants within their acceptable stress levels by ensuring soil moisture is kept at the desired level, typically between field capacity (full point) and a pre-determined refill point. By keeping soil moisture at the appropriate level, the grower is more likely to achieve consistent, high-quality production.

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