The University of New Hampshire Cooperative Extension is organizing a webinar on 'Optimizing plant growth with indoor lighting'. The event will take place on Wednesday 27 January 2021 at 6PM (EST).
In the webinar, the presenters will elaborate on light and how plants use it, and how artificial light can be used to help grow seedlings and other plants indoors.
"One of the primary functions of a plant is converting light, water and carbon dioxide into its food and structure," illuminates Jonathan Ebba, UNH Extension's landscape and greenhouse field specialist in Strafford County.
"In nature, that light comes from the sun, but in our houses and offices sunlight may or may not be sufficient, depending on the plant. Not only do the intensity and amount of light-matter to plants, but the number of hours of light and the type of light they experience can have a profound effect on plant development as well," Ebba adds.
Jonathan Ebba will present this webinar on optimizing plant growth with indoor lighting. UNH Extension's Emma Erler will moderate.
Click here to register for the event.
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University of New Hampshire Cooperative Extension