LRC Seminar: Unique Lighting Applications for Plants and Animals
April 10, 2012
Syracuse Center of Excellence, Syracuse, NY
The Lighting Research Center presents Capturing the Lighting Edge, a seminar series for manufacturers and entrepreneurs aimed at applying latest technologies and practices to foster growth of lighting businesses.
Recent research in agricultural production reveals that spectrum, intensity and distribution affect successful growth of plants indoors – such as in greenhouses, aeroponic, and hydroponic environments. Also, with over 1400 animal labs in the US approved by the Public Health Service, lab animals are being used to advance knowledge in many areas of research. There is evidence that lighting affects milk production in cows. How do we provide the right light for these plants and animals? This seminar will highlight opportunities for manufacturers to address these applications.
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