Light is the basis for all crop growth. The sun with its specific light spectrum, which varies over the year and during the day at the crop level, forms the basis in both spectrum intensity and day length. The emergence of LED technology, in which only a few wavelengths are additionally added to promote photosynthesis and growth and coatings and films to remove part of the spectrum of natural light in the summer, raise questions about conditions of the composition (composition). and coherence of) wavelengths or indeed the optimum and minimum required light spectrum for good crop growth. The fact that knowledge about artificial light is limiting has been particularly evident in dandruff. But also with respect to the pilot light, hypothesis in tests does not appear to be confirmed. In particular, artificial light presents us with new questions, confronts us with incomplete knowledge and understanding, resulting in incorrect assumptions and incomplete analyzes.
|Effective start/end date||1/01/17 → 31/12/18|