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標題: 亞熱帶設施環境之番茄蒸散估計式
The Study of the Tomato Transpiration Model on Subtropical Protected Culture
作者: 陳俊源
Jiun-Yuan Chen
關鍵字: 亞熱帶設施生產
蒸散估計式
番茄
邊界層阻抗
風速
Subtropical Protected culture
Transpiration estimates
Tomato
Boundary layer resistance
Wind speed
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摘要: 臺灣位於亞熱帶地區氣候變化極大,為了能夠穩定生產,設施栽培通常是農民採用的解決方法。在亞熱帶設施生產中,如何減少水資源消耗,但又必須提供足夠之水源使作物能夠順利生長,作物蒸散量估計將是重要之關鍵。鑑於目前大多數之蒸散估計式皆是建立在緯度較高之國家,因此將這些估計式應用於亞熱帶設施生產之可行性必須評估。本研究以一葉面邊界層量測裝置所量測得到之溫度與相對濕度,以迴歸分析求得風速與番茄盆栽蒸散量之關係,再以設施栽種之實際數據代入建立番茄蒸散邊界層阻抗之估計式。接下來以Stanghellini蒸散估計式為基礎,將實際栽種於亞熱帶設施中之番茄實驗數據代入驗證,並針對估計誤差較大之情況加以修正,以期能準確估計番茄之蒸散量。研究結果顯示,在高風速且高VPD之環境下Stanghellini蒸散估計式需要修正,而經過邊界層阻抗與氣孔阻抗修正後,Stanghellini蒸散估計式之誤差有顯著之改善。
Locating in subtropical region, Taiwan's climate is varied severely. For the stable production, protected culture is usually a selection method for farmers. Transpiration estimation of crops play an important role for reducing water consuming and suppling adequate amount of water for crops in subtropical protected culture. Most transpiration estimation studies are conducted in northern country, the feasibility of these transpiration estimates need to be assessed as they were applied in subtropical region. In this study, a leaf boundary layer measurement device was set up to measure the wind speed, the amount of transpiration of a potted tomato, the temperature and relative humidity around the leaves. Then the relation of wind speed and the mount of transpiration of a potted tomato was derived with regression analysis. The data of subtropical protected cultured tomato was introduced to the above regression results. The estimator of the boundary layer resistance in subtropical protected cultured tomato was conducted. The Stanghellini model was evaluated with these data, the less accuracy part which occurred at high wind speed and high VPD situation was improved. Then modified model was verified with independent tomato culture data. With the adjustments of the boundary layer resistance and stomatal resistance for the Stanghellini model, the accuracy of the tomato transpiration rate was increased significantly.
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