Evapotranspiration Can Outpace Water Replacement
At night or during the hours of darkness, when evapotranspiration has ceased, the continual upward movement of water provides a ready source of moisture to largely or completely restore the turgor of plant leaves, date palms, or citrus, for example, thus relieving stress.

However, during the months when rainfall is scarce and soil water potential becomes progressively lower, evapotranspiration during the day can exceed the soil's ability to provide the necessary amount of moisture for continuing absorption of water at night.

This situation invariably results in an appreciable restriction of growth, and if continued, cessation of growth, followed by irreversible injury or death of the foliage.

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