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Response of selected field crops to night-lighting



Response of selected field crops to night-lighting



Transactions of the ASAE 19(6): 1156-1157, 1162



In field trials in 1974, cotton McNair 511, groundnut Red Tennessee and maize Pioneer 3900 and Funk G4082 were exposed to 2 or 3 irradiance levels of high-pressure sodium or metal-halide lamps, one level of incandescent lamps from sunset to 0230 h or were not exposed to supplemental irradiance (control).

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