Light. Temperature. Humidity. Carbon dioxide. Air contaminants. Air movement. Nutrition, containers, and media. Watering systems. Pests and diseases. Preparing specifications. Special purpose chambers. Chamber maintenance. Experimental design.most efficiently operated at about 32AdC and very little of their output is in the infrared range. ... from long glass tubes containing mercury vapor at low pressure with a small amount of an inert gas (generally argon). ... By blending different phosphors, various spectra can be achieved. ... be the most efficient of the available fluorescent lamps for dry matter production when com- Source: General Electric 1970.
|Title||:||A Growth Chamber Manual|
|Author||:||Robert W. Langhans|
|Publisher||:||Comstock Publishing Associates - 1978-01-01|