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webinar, April 7

Lighting of horticultural crops grown indoors

The ability to control the radiation spectrum with light-emitting diodes has created opportunities to use light indoors to regulate plant growth and produce specialty crops with desired quality characteristics. In an ASHS webinar on April 7, Dr. Erik Runkle will provide research highlights about how the radiation spectrum regulates crop yield as well as a variety of quality attributes such as leaf color, phytonutrient concentration, and flowering. He will also introduce a project on indoor production of leafy greens, in collaboration with researchers at Purdue, Ohio State, Arizona, and the USDA, and supported by the USDA Specialty Crops Research Initiative.

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