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 Do plants grow differently under different colors?

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Why Do Plants Grown Under Blue Light Grow Taller Than Under Red & Green Lights?

Plants are amazing examples of evolutionary adaptation and there's no doubt about that. Over the eons, for example, plants have been able to learn how to use specific colors within visible light to... Read More »
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Do plants grow at different rates when given different plant food?

There is strong evidence that using some form of fertilizer (plant food) will spur the growth of plants. There is no evidence that a certain brand or type of plant food will cause plants to grow fa... Read More »
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Why do plants grow under fluorescent light?

Plants use light energy (present in the photons of blue and red light) to break apart carbon dioxide and combine it with nutrients in order to produce glucose. Any lighting will do as long as it is... Read More »
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How do I grow plants under fluorescent lights?

Install LightsInstall a combination of cool-spectrum and warm-spectrum fluorescent lights in an adjustable fixture. Fluorescent bulbs come in different shades of white light. Look for the cool whit... Read More »
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