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Variation in elemental content of 'Grand Rapids' lettuce grown under four levels of far-red and infrared radiation in controlled environments



Variation in elemental content of 'Grand Rapids' lettuce grown under four levels of far-red and infrared radiation in controlled environments



Journal of Plant Nutrition 3(5): 827-841



Potted lettuce plants in 4 growth chambers were provided with equal levels (325 mu Em-2 s-1) of photosynthetically active radiation but with 4 different levels of infrared radiation, obtained by varying the wattage of incandescent lamps from 25 to 100 W to provide 10-31% of the total input wattage. A complete nutrient solution was supplied.

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DOI: 10.1080/01904168109362882


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