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when the lights go out

Posted by gene_avallon z6 ma. (geneavallon@msn.com) on
Sun, Feb 6, 05 at 12:11

are the tomato plants still growing more roots and top growth when the lights go out
gene


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RE: when the lights go out

Yes, the plant photosynthesize during light hours, and the energy produced (carbohydrates) are used for leaf growth, and transported to carbohydrate "sinks" (storage) for future use. At light, when light is off, growth continues, and the stored (produced) carbohydrate reserves are used accordingly


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RE: when the lights go out

THANKS
GENE


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