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A theory for optimalization of primary production in protected cultivation: 2. Primary plant production under different outdoor light regimes


, : A theory for optimalization of primary production in protected cultivation: 2. Primary plant production under different outdoor light regimes. Acta Horticulturae (76): 45-57

Net photosynthesis rates of a C3 plant (spray carnation) grown in greenhouses with different levels of light transmission were calculated for 4 locations representing the 60 deg , 50 deg , 40 deg and 30 deg northern latitudes.

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