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Effects of supplemental lighting and root-zone temperature on growth of chrysanthemums in nutrient film

, : Effects of supplemental lighting and root-zone temperature on growth of chrysanthemums in nutrient film. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 69(2): 585-590

Winter (8 Nov. to 16 Jan.) and spring (28 Feb. to 8 May) Polaris crops were grown in nutrient film culture in greenhouses. Supplemental high pressure sodium lighting (80 mu mol s-1 m-2) was provided to half the plants in each crop during the first 21 days of growth, and the root zone temperature (RZT) was maintained at 12, 20 or 28 degrees C for the duration of the production period.

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