Why is the Light from your plants Green?

Answer plant leaves consist of chlorophyll pigments. pigment absorbs particular wavelength for the energy production blue, orange other wavelength light absorbed by pigments but not green light. green lig... Read More »

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What would happen if you illuminate your house plants with a green light bulb?

Oh my God. I am taking biology and the lab has these post lab questions and in page 129 has the very same question you are asking. What a coincidence that we are both trying to answer this specific... Read More »

Which Colored Light Is Best for Green Plants?

When growing green plants, it's helpful to keep in mind that they need three things; water, nutrition and light. Understanding how water and nutrients benefit a plant is fairly easy to grasp for mo... Read More »

Can plants absorb green light through photosynthesis?

Plants absorb a small amount of green light for photosynthesis. However, most of the green light is reflected, which is why leaves appear green. The chlorophyll in leaves that carries out photosynt... Read More »

Is Photosynthesis the Chemical Process by Which Green Plants Use Light Energy to Produce Food?

Photosynthesis is the complex process by which plants digest light, carbon dioxide and water to create sugar, a plant's primary food source. Phases of photosynthesis break down into two stages: lig... Read More »