s], Tr, WUE
, and Fv'/Fm' were normalized using the procedure described by Reddy et al.
decreased by approximately 40% in bread grass plants grown in rows located 2.
In general, the irrigation depth that promotes the greatest WUE
is lower than the irrigation depth that promotes maximum yield (Nangare, Singh, Kumar, & Minhas, 2016), which justifies the use of deficit irrigation aiming at better WUE
values obtained for irrigated forage cactus were lower than those for the rainfed condition, which received 471 mm [year.
leaf] = leaf water potential; WUE
= water use efficiency; Chl a = index of chlorophyll a; Chl b = index of chlorophyll b; Total Chl = index of total chlorophyll; a/b ratio = ratio of chlorophyll a/b; TLA = total leaf area; ALA = average leaf area; TLDM = total leaf dry mass; ALDM = average leaf dry mass; SDM = stem dry mass; RDM = root dry mass; RL = root length; TDM = total dry mass; LAR = leaf area ratio; SLA = specific leaf area; RSR = root/stem ratio; LEI = leaf expansion interval; LER = leaf expansion rate; LLS = leaf life span.
and PUE values from Table 2, Table 1 below shows what size facility this WUE
/PUE value relates to in each country.
These results support the fact that WUE
is the subject to yield of crops and applied depth of irrigation water which also means that the lowest water applied method the highest WUE
2013) also reported an increase of 19 % in WUE
in sugar beet supplied with MTW compared to that with untreated water.
The values of intrinsic WUE
of stressed plants reached 42.
This Data are in Agreement with those of  who observed WUE
was the highest in DI25% ETc irrigation conditions and the lowest in full irrigation condition.
This also has an influence on the decreased levels of WUE
as well as on the values of WUEi; this is because, within 4 hours of cutting, the lowest rate for was observed plants that were cut with high conditioning intensity.
Data in Tables (5 and 6) showed the effect of irrigation systems (surface drip irrigation, modified surface irrigation using gated pipes and traditional furrow irrigation), irrigation regimes (100%, 75% and 50% Etc) and their interaction on seed yield and WUE
of sunflower crop.