Plants can produce a lot of sugars with a lot of light. However, it happens regularly that they produce more sugars than they need at that moment. The result is that the plant gets thicker stems, extra leaves or fruit because there is ‘abundance’. However, if times of scarcity of light come, then the plant experiences all this abundance as a burden because, once the leaves, flowers and fruit have been produced, they all require sugars and must be maintained. A correct temperature light ratio is essential. The experts tell you in this lesson how to do this best.
Experts: Consultants of the Implementation Partners Hoogendoorn Growth Management, Hortilux Schreder