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  • NC State - Light Emitting Diodes as an Alternative to Cool White Fluorescents for Healing of Grafted Tomato Transplants

Poster – Light Emitting Diodes as an Alternative to Cool White Fluorescents for Healing of Grafted Tomato Transplants

October 25th, 2016|0 Comments

Previous work determined that light during the healing period influences morphology and quality of grafted tomatoes. Cool white fluorescent (CWF) at a photosynthetic photon flux of 100 μmol·m-2·s-1 is recommended for healing chambers. Light emitting diodes (LED) make possible optimizing the spectral requirements for healing.

  • Rocket Farms - Effects of Adjustments to Spectral Ratios of Supplemental LED Lighting on Miniature Rose Growth and Morphology

Poster – Effects of Adjustment to Spectral Ratios of Supplemental LED Lighting on Miniature Rose Growth and Morphology

October 25th, 2016|0 Comments

Winter months in California have a Daily Light Integral (DLI) of 10-20, which is inadequate for optimal plant growth. To address this challenge, Light Emitting Diode (LED) lamps are beginning to be used in preference over High Intensity Discharge (HID) lamps for their higher energy efficiency and longevity.

  • University of Guelph - Searching for an Optimum Supplemental LED Intensity for Winter Production of Cut Gerbera at Northern Latitudes

Poster – Searching for an Optimum Supplemental LED Intensity for Winter Production of Cut Gerbera at Northern Latitudes

October 25th, 2016|0 Comments

At higher latitudes, cut flower growers rely on supplemental lighting for maximizing production in the darker months. Horticultural LEDs have been proven to produce similar or better crops (in terms of yield and quality) compared with HPS; while also having longer lifespans, higher energy efficiencies & can be controlled in terms of spectral distribution & intensity. This project sought to determine the optimum light level for cut gerbera production during the 2015-16 supplemental lighting season (ie. Nov. thru Feb.) at higher latitudes

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LumiGrow Webcast - Optimizing Crop Production, Nutrition, Flavor and Marketability with Spectral Science

Webcast – Optimizing Crop Production, Nutrition, Flavor and Marketability with Spectral Science

July 5th, 2015

This webcast reviews the results of recent studies conducted at the University of Guelph and in-house at LumiGrow. Topics include light-driven influence over flavor in basil and lettuce; control of plant growth and flowering in zinnia; and how LED lighting outperforms HPS with greenhouse-grown gerbera for flower quality and longevity.

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