Engage with researchers to make the most of lighting advances, growers urged

Research is revealing the surprising extent to which crop growth can be manipulated by light of different wavelengths and times, to the benefit of quality and yield.

by Gavin McEwan
Image: University of Essex
Image: University of Essex

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