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Bromeliads
... Light Bromeliads tolerate a wide range of light intensities, including low light, for long periods without ill effects. The plants, however, will look better when they receive proper light. Although optimum light ... TO BLOOM Many factors cause bromeliads to bloom such as plant age, day length, light intensity, water and temperature. Some bromeliads bloom quite regularly while others do not. Research ...
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Tree Density, Hedging, and Topping
... optimum light intensity. One aspect of higher density plantings is that they require hedging and topping to maintain good light interception. In mature citrus groves that are not hedged regularly, insufficient light ... when trees grow outside their allocated space. Continued canopy growth and crowding causes poor light penetration, loss of lower leaves and bearing wood, relocation of fruiting to the ...
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OSU Extension Service and Agricultural Research Station News
... in the care of houseplants is matching up a plantís needs to its environment. Light source, light intensity, temperature and total room environment are all crucial to houseplants. Care recommendations included. Do ... we often cheer ourselves up with houseplants. How to help houseplants thrive in low winter light Light is one of the most essential factors for houseplant growth. But on a Pacific ...
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OSU Extension Service and Agricultural Research Station News
... in the care of houseplants is matching up a plantís needs to its environment. Light source, light intensity, temperature and total room environment are all crucial to houseplants. Care recommendations included. Infrequent ...
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What plants are suitable for growing indoors? - Bonsai
... needs. > Five basic elements influence a tree's growth and health: water, temperature, relative humidity, light intensity and air circulation. Lack of a necessary element will inhibit growth and possibly encourage pests ...
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Grow Orchid Indoors: Northern and Eastern Light
... occasionally. Supplemental artificial light, especially in winter, may be needed in northern exposures. Growing Guide Keep your plants as close to the glass as possible. Light intensity falls off rapidly even a foot away for a window. After light, maintaining adequate humidity is probably the biggest problem ...
www.argusorchids.net

CONVIRON - PRODUCTS - OPTIONS - LIGHTING
... light fall-off at the ends of the lamp canopy. (60 Hz only) M10 Fluorescent/incandescent lighting provides up to 1400 micromoles HID High intensity discharge lighting providing a light intensity of up to 1200 micromoles LMM Controller display of light intensity in micromoles Copyright © 2004 Controlled ...
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Conservation: Those Adorable Minis, by Marilyn Light, 12 Aug 98
... -cool, humid, mounted) Masdevallia patriciana (intermediate, humid, small pot) Meiracyllium trinasutum (intermediate, high light, mount) Mexicoa (Oncidium) ghiesbrechtiana (intermediate-cool, seasonal grower, lots of water when growing, ... in most setups (up North) are cooler, the days are shorter and the light intensity is less than during the summer months. Many orchids will slow their growth ...
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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 received by 1 square foot of a surface that is 1 foot from a point source of light equivalent to one ...
www.succulent-plant.com

Houseplants - Needs - Proper Light
... 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 ...
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