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A visit to North Carolina State University:

Farmer Tyler shines his light

In his latest video, Farmer Tyler visits Dr. Ricardo Hernandez at North Carolina State University to learn about light quality research and its practical applications in horticulture.

The video explores the effects of each color of light on plant growth, the impact of light quality when used in supplemental vs. sole source lighting, and Tyler and Dr. Hernandez discuss the future of horticultural lighting. 



If you liked this video, please subscribe to the Farmer Tyler and Urban Ag News YouTube channels and stay tuned for more great videos on growing and technology. 


Publication date: 7/13/2017
Author: Boy de Nijs
Copyright: www.hortidaily.com

 


 

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