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Light Deprivation: The Science

Light Deprivation: The Science.

  • The plants are responding to the length of the night, not the day.
  • Other plants initiate flowering with the start of longer days in the spring; these are known as long-day plants (LDPs).
  • A period of darkness during the day doesn’t affect the plant’s circadian rhythm and will not disrupt its flowering.
  • After the saturation point is reached, the plant doesn’t require further light except to maintain its light schedule.

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What we do (and don’t) know about light deprivation.

Light Deprivation: The Science

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