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Midday transpiration rates and daily pan evaporation from forest floor and open area were measured to determine an effective way of controlling water loss from a Melia volkensii plantation. The research was conducted at an M. volkensii plantation in Tiva Pilot Forest, Kenya, during April and May 2014. A leaf porometer (LI-1600) was used to measure midday transpiration rates per unit leaf area (T a ) from 11:00 h to 13:00 h for four trees at three different leaf heights: top (A), middle (B), anddoi:10.3759/tropics.ms16-07 fatcat:ealhz6kbonajph3s77mx75netq