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Environmental and Host Conditions
... and Host Conditions Environmental and Host Conditions That Promote Powdery Mildew Powdery mildew fungi have adapted to many varied climatic situations. ... have basic environmental conditions that promote its growth and reproduction. Below are some general environmental and host conditions that promote powdery mildew disease. Low air circulation Low light conditions Excessive nitrogen fertilization ...
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Light
... a longer pass through the atmosphere, and because the pupils of the eye under lower light conditions change the color signals to the brain. Often early morning and late evening colors appear ... amounts of shade, so you have ample flexibility to use rhododendrons in a variety of light conditions. Effective use of shadow can continually change a particular scene throughout the day and the ...
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Conservation Part 25: Orchids on a Windowsill, by Marilyn Light, 14 July 99
... and closed to shade, provide more light, warm or cool, and to care for and simply admire the flowers. LIGHT Windows present a variety of lighting conditions which can vary with the season ... daytime dry conditions by limiting water loss through transpiration by day. What you need Mike, are orchids that are both drought-tolerant and are able to grow well under modest light conditions. You ...
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Light, 23 Jun 96
... conditions. A basic understanding of the properties of light and pigment are useful to ensure that your plants have the energy they need, and to understand their responses to varying light conditions. Go Back to Index - 30 - WHAT'S A FOOTCANDLE? Orchids require certain minimal quantities of light for proper growth and most importantly, ...
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FACT SHEET:"HOT! HOT! HOT!", Marilyn Light, 9 Jun 99
... Light, 9 Jun 99 OrchidSafari ARCHIVES* PRE-DISCUSSION MAILOUT: HOT! HOT! HOT! WHAT'S HOT AND WHAT'S NOT! by Marilyn H.S. Light Copyright 1999 HOT CLIMES Hot, dry desert-like conditions ... large leaves possibly because they require a lot of light-capture surface given the diffuse light conditions of their natural environment. - Provide bright filtered light, warmth and good air movement. - Grow in a ...
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Greenhouse Light Levels
... light which is too low may not bloom, but low light seldom causes the serious damage that can result from excessively high light. Cultivated species may adapt to different light conditions ...
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Houseplants - Needs - Proper Light
... of light that enters the room is only a small amount. While most plants will perform best with bright light conditions, some plants can tolerate moderate to low light conditions. While light intensity is measured in foot-candles and can be evaluated by using a light meter or ...
www.urbanext.uiuc.edu

Sundew Matt's CP Growing Conditions
... Matt's CP Growing Conditions Intro / Photos / Info / Growlist / Sales & Trades / Wanted / Links / Contact Sundew Matt's Drosera Growing Conditions My current setup consists of a heavy duty metal shelving system holding many 10-gallon and 5 gallon aquaria, each under two 2-bulb fluorescent light fixtures ...
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Light for Nepenthes
... 's on occasion. Although my plants can tolerate these extreme conditions, I'd rather not stress the juvenile Nepenthes and have ... light and decreased humidity. However, almost all of the highland Nepenthes I've adapted outdoors quickly adjust to their new growing conditions ... had 14 hours a day of light. I used a Vitalight or some type of fluorescent plant spectrum light with great results. However, ...
www.nepenthesaroundthehouse.com

More about light and lighting
... narrow band spectra of fluorescent lights. Light intensity is often mis-understood because of the adaptability of the human eye to a range of lighting conditions. A typical well-lit office environment ... 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 ...
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