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Comparison of fluorescent lamps, high pressure mercury halogen lamps and high pressure sodium vapour lamps in raising tomato plants



Comparison of fluorescent lamps, high pressure mercury halogen lamps and high pressure sodium vapour lamps in raising tomato plants



Gartneryrket 67(1): 15-17



The economic value of giving extra light to young tomato plants for 18 h/day from potting to transplanting was proved in trials with the Extase.

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