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Types of Houseplants - High or Bright Light
... - High or Bright Light Needs Selecting Care Types Plant Health Propagation Types of Houseplants Houseplants for High or Bright Light (Minimum) Click on highlighted names for more information ... Podocarpus macrophyllus Podocarpus By Botanical Name | By Common Name | For High or Bright Light | For Medium Light | For Low Light Needs | Selecting | Care | Types | Plant Health | Propagation Credits Home ...
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Morning glory (heavenly blue) how much light needed? - Vines Forum - GardenWeb
... Vines Forum | Post a Follow-Up Morning glory (heavenly blue) how much light needed? clip this post email this post what is this? see ... box too? Follow-Up Postings: RE: Morning glory (heavenly blue) how much light needed? clip this post email this post what is this? see ... they need very bright light to bloom. I do have a Moonflower vine blooming inside but it's under a 1000 watt HID light. There is ...
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Grow Orchid Indoors: Southern and Western Light
... Indoors: Southern and Western Light Brassavola hybrids are virtually ever blooming in bright sunlight. GROW ORCHIDS AT HOME WESTERN & SOUTHERN EXPOSURE If your home had western and ... only use those recommended for indoor use. Suggested Orchids to Grow Bright sunny exposures: Cattleyas, Ascocendas, and Dendrobiums Bright light but no direct sun: Phragmipediums, Oncidiums and Brassias In the shadow ...
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Conservation Part 26: Pre-Discussion Mailout - A Fragrant Collection, by Marilyn Light, 11 Aug 99
... Americas). I would not grow them in full sun but in very bright light, up high in the greenhouse, behind a sheer curtain on a ... long as I can. Indoors, the plants are moved to an equally bright location, behind a sheer curtain, and not watered until flower spikes appear ... new growth and blooms. Oz Kathy, I've been keeping mine too bright then, if you say shady conditions. I'll try moving it! Thanks!! ...
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Orchid Safari: Conservation Part 20:"CONTAINERS FOR ORCHIDS - THE WHICH AND THE WHY OF IT!", 10 Feb 99, Marilyn Light
... (yellow changing to orange) have similar cultural requirements. All of this group grow well in bright situations with some overhead shade from the midday sun. They are drought- tolerant but ... raised in water culture (pots in individual water reservoirs. Disas should do well in the bright light and cooler growing conditions. bradwinn (Brad Winnicki / Sault Ste. Marie,MI.) Marilyn, when you REPOT ...
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Greenhouse Light Levels
... Baker's Home Page is http://www.orchidculture.com Greenhouse Light Levels LIGHT: Approximate light levels, expressed in footcandles (fc). These light levels may be used as a starting point, but it ... day. High. 4000-5000 footcandles--bright light, just under 50% of the full midday sun. Although most plants utilize light most efficiently at 5000 fc, many orchids use light most efficiently at much ...
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Linda's Orchid Pages - Light Requirements Of Orchids
... light meter that will give you readings in footcandle units and is capable of measuring bright light up to at least 5,000 footcandles. You can also determine the light levels at a location by using the built-in light ...
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Linda's Orchid Tips - Light Requirements Of Orchids
... light meter that will give you readings in footcandle units and is capable of measuring bright light up to at least 5,000 footcandles. You can also determine the light levels at a location by using the built-in light ...
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Caring For Orchids Part Five: LIGHT
... Caring For Orchids Part Five: LIGHT Caring For Orchids Part Five: LIGHT Read the article this discussion is about SFApollo Light & brown leaves 99john Considering ... brown leaves. I assume from the article it is too much light. Should I take the brown leaves off? Email Print Permalink -- ... exposed to bright light. This does not harm them at all, it is a sign that they are getting the light they need. ...
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More about light and lighting
... of light output (or luminous flux) used to label light sources as a measure of their total light output. 1 lumen = 0.00146 W Footcandle: light intensity or illuminance defined as the amount of light ... K: "cool white" fluorescent lamps 5000 K: blue flashbulbs, electronic flash, average daylight 6000 K: bright midday sun, Metal Halide (HID) lamps 7000 K: lightly overcast sky 8000 K: hazy sky ...
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