Book Plant Physiology In Greenhouses (128 pages)
Plant physiology is alive in greenhouse horticulture. That’s not surprising. Worldwide the sector is engaged in major changes. There is a strong need to reduce energy consumption. New production systems require reinvention of the grower’s skills. The market makes increasingly higher demands. To be prepared for all these challenges a good understanding of all the plant processes and their interaction with cultivation factors such as cooling, heating, air movement, leaf/root temperature is required.
Due to all these technical possibilities the need for a good understanding of plant physiology has clearly risen. For this reason the editors of In Greenhouses magazine brought together the knowledge of university senior lecturer Ep Heuvelink and the skills of freelance journalist and writer Tijs Kierkels in a series of plant physiology articles that started in 2004. The result: a plant physiology book of 128 pages with more than 50 easy-to-read, yet in-depth articles.
Plant Physiology In Greenhouses (128 pages)
Ep Heuvelink & Tijs Kierkels
The book is published in English
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