CEAC Greenhouse Plant Physiology and Technology Course – Week 9-2

Urban Ag News proud to feature Dr. Chieri Kubota’s class on Greenhouse Plant Physiology and Technology. Dr. Kubota was a professor at the University of Arizona and has moved to The Ohio State University this summer. Week 9-2: GH environment 2 This is the final week! For this week, we will have two lectures understanding […]

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CEAC Greenhouse Plant Physiology and Technology Course – Week 9-1

Urban Ag News proud to feature Dr. Chieri Kubota’s class on Greenhouse Plant Physiology and Technology. Dr. Kubota was a professor at the University of Arizona and has moved to The Ohio State University this summer. Week 9-1: GH environment 1 This is the final week! For this week, we will have two lectures understanding […]

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CEAC Greenhouse Plant Physiology and Technology Course – Week 8-3

Urban Ag News proud to feature Dr. Chieri Kubota’s class on Greenhouse Plant Physiology and Technology. Dr. Kubota was a professor at the University of Arizona and has moved to The Ohio State University this summer. Week 8-3: Sink Source 2 For this week, my lecture starts with some basics of plant physiology, water relation and sink-source […]

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CEAC Greenhouse Plant Physiology and Technology Course – Week 8-2

Urban Ag News proud to feature Dr. Chieri Kubota’s class on Greenhouse Plant Physiology and Technology. Dr. Kubota was a professor at the University of Arizona and has moved to The Ohio State University this summer. Week 8-2: Sink Source 1 For this week, my lecture starts with some basics of plant physiology, water relation and […]

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CEAC Greenhouse Plant Physiology and Technology Course – Week 8-1

Urban Ag News proud to feature Dr. Chieri Kubota’s class on Greenhouse Plant Physiology and Technology. Dr. Kubota was a professor at the University of Arizona and has moved to The Ohio State University this summer. Week 8-1: Water relation For this week, my lecture starts with some basics of plant physiology, water relation and sink-source relationship. These lectures include […]

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CEAC Greenhouse Plant Physiology and Technology Course – Week 7-2

Urban Ag News proud to feature Dr. Chieri Kubota’s class on Greenhouse Plant Physiology and Technology. Dr. Kubota was a professor at the University of Arizona and has moved to The Ohio State University this summer. Week 7-2: Substrate Over the past six weeks, you became familiar with those aerial environments affecting plant growth (photosynthesis and development) and most importantly their […]

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CEAC Greenhouse Plant Physiology and Technology Course – Week 7-1

Urban Ag News proud to feature Dr. Chieri Kubota’s class on Greenhouse Plant Physiology and Technology. Dr. Kubota was a professor at the University of Arizona and has moved to The Ohio State University this summer. Week 7-1: Plant nutrition Over the past six weeks, you became familiar with those aerial environments affecting plant growth (photosynthesis and development) and most […]

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CEAC Greenhouse Plant Physiology and Technology Course – Week 6-2

Urban Ag News proud to feature Dr. Chieri Kubota’s class on Greenhouse Plant Physiology and Technology. Dr. Kubota was a professor at the University of Arizona and has moved to The Ohio State University this summer. Week 6-2: Canopy environment 2 This week, your “system” of interest expands from a single leaf to a whole plant canopy (community). Canopy refers […]

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CEAC Greenhouse Plant Physiology and Technology Course – Week 6-1

Urban Ag News proud to feature Dr. Chieri Kubota’s class on Greenhouse Plant Physiology and Technology. Dr. Kubota was a professor at the University of Arizona and has moved to The Ohio State University this summer. Week 6-1: Canopy environment 1 This week, your “system” of interest expands from a single leaf to a whole plant canopy (community). […]

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CEAC Greenhouse Plant Physiology and Technology Course – Week 5-3

Urban Ag News proud to feature Dr. Chieri Kubota’s class on Greenhouse Plant Physiology and Technology. Dr. Kubota was a professor at the University of Arizona and is moving to The Ohio State University this summer. Week 5-3: Energy balance 2 This week, you will complete the “Plant Responses to Environmental Conditions” by taking the last lecture on humidity. […]

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CEAC Greenhouse Plant Physiology and Technology Course – Week 5-2

Urban Ag News proud to feature Dr. Chieri Kubota’s class on Greenhouse Plant Physiology and Technology. Dr. Kubota was a professor at the University of Arizona and is moving to The Ohio State University this summer. Week 5-2: Energy balance 1 This week, you will complete the “Plant Responses to Environmental Conditions” by taking the last lecture on humidity. […]

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CEAC Greenhouse Plant Physiology and Technology Course – Week 5-1

Urban Ag News proud to feature Dr. Chieri Kubota’s class on Greenhouse Plant Physiology and Technology. Dr. Kubota was a professor at the University of Arizona and is moving to The Ohio State University this summer. Week 5-1: Humidity This week, you will complete the “Plant Responses to Environmental Conditions” by taking the last lecture on humidity. Then we […]

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CEAC Greenhouse Plant Physiology and Technology Course – Week 4-2

Urban Ag News proud to feature Dr. Chieri Kubota’s class on Greenhouse Plant Physiology and Technology. Dr. Kubota was a professor at the University of Arizona and is moving to The Ohio State University this summer. Week 4-2: Temperature This week, you will take the 3rd series of lectures discussing “Plant Responses to Environmental Conditions”. The environmental factors that […]

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Which wavelengths of light are the most effective in photosynthesis?

How does light quality affect plant growth? THE COLOR OR WAVELENGTH OF LIGHT Light quality refers to the spectral distribution of light or the relative number of photons of blue, green, red and far red & other portions of the light spectrum emitted in a light source. Photosynthesis requires light between 400 and 700 NM. […]

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