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Regardless of the K/Ca ratio adopted in fertigation, the variables FRL (Figure 2A), FRFW (Figure 2B) and YLD (Figure 2C) showed linear and negative responses, and decreased progressively with the increase in the electrical conductivity of the water used in irrigation.
Highest values of FRL (109.4 mm), FRFW (107.5 g [fruit.sup.-1]) and YLD (1502.0 g [plant.sup.-1]) occurred when plants were subjected to the lowest salinity level and progressively decreased with the use of saline water.
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