COMPARISON OF METHODS OF WATER SUPPLY TO HOTHOUSE TOMATOES
At the Research Station at Naaldwijk, some watering methods were compared with each other in experiments with hothouse tomatoes. In these experiments, the usual sprinkling method gave less satisfaction than methods of spot- and strip-watering. It is likely that the water supply to the crop was more regular in the last-mentioned methods. The water was applied frequently and was brought close to the roots with these methods.