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African Violets
... grow and flower under low light intensities found in the average home. Where there is insufficient natural light, they can be grown and flowered successfully entirely under artificial light. Large numbers of different ... deeper in color and thinner than leaves on plants receiving higher levels of diffused light. Unless light is extremely low, plants may grow well but will flower poorly or not ...
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Streps won't grow in my house.. - Gesneriad Forum - GardenWeb
... 0:47 Thanks, Irina and Maureen. I've moved those Streps further from light and I'll see if the new growth comes in okay. I' ... my Streps out of OPs. The reason - I cannot have them on natural light any more - too dark in a new house. So I got another ... long overdue to repotting in any case. irina PS If you reduce the light - they will respond by increasing the square footage of their leaves. Oops.. RE ...
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anyone experimented w/vho or compact fluorescents and av's? - African Violets Forum - GardenWeb
... fluorescents in shop-lites. I'm thinking about other options for artificial light now, though, and wondering if anyone has any advice/pointers/ ... in our club we tried to measure the light output from the CFLs with a light meter. 10 watt - is way too low, 27 ... possible with more light. I think it will be to the advantage to use CFLs as complimentary to the insufficient natural light - in winter for ...
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House Plants Forum - GardenWeb
... 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 problem- want plants, have no natural light. Posted by: vertigoat on Mon, Jan 9, 06 at 20:39 11 follow-ups, last ... , posted on Mon, Jan 9, 06 at 16:05 Suggestions for office plant w/ no natural light Posted by: westpagrower z5 - PA on Fri, Jan 6, 06 at 9:44 10 follow ...
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Growing from Seed - GardenWeb
... at 22:21 1 follow-up, posted on Thu, Mar 30, 06 at 13:41 natural light for seeds? Posted by: dixielib z6/7 Ga on Wed, Mar 29, 06 at 14 ...
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Bedding Plant Care
... each plant's optimum starting time. They must have full, direct natural light. Once they have been germinated they are best grown at ... Plants These are plants that are too old, grown with little light, not given enough fertilizer, hardened down too much, left in the ... of those bedding plants, keep them growing with plenty of water, light and fertilizer. Keep them from too much heat and cold . ...
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Tree Physiology, Volume 10, 1992: Contents
... 20 [ Summary ] [ Full Text ] Water relations and gas exchange of Acer saccharum seedlings in contrasting natural light and water regimes David S. Ellsworth and Peter B. Reich Tree Physiology 10:2131 ...
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Greenhouse Light Levels
... Margaret 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 ... area, the /stop readings may be quite low and yet the light may be adequate. Artificial light is constant, whereas natural light fluctuates during the day as the wind moves leaves and clouds ...
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More about light and lighting
... probably the best type of light that you can give your plants for healthy growth, good leaf colour and flowering. Plants have evolved and adapted to the natural light found in their habitat. The quality, intensity and duration of the light in a plant's habitat provides a baseline for the provision of artificial light supplements in other climates. Natural sunlight ...
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Linda's Orchid Tips - Light Requirements Of Orchids
... light to perform photosynthesis. There are many kinds of orchids and each has a different lighting requirement due to where they live in their natural ... bulbs tend to give out less light. Use a special "grow light" in your fixture. TOO MUCH LIGHT How do I know if my orchids ... a particular orchid. As far as utilization of light is concerned, it starts at light levels barely enough to the human eye to ...
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