The LED's green fingers are changing horticulture

January 11, 2013
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The LED4crops project at the U.K.'s Stockbridge Technology Centre is just one of the projects driving innovation in horticulture lighting. (Courtesy of Stockbridge Technology Centre.)
The LED4crops project at the U.K.'s Stockbridge Technology Centre is just one of the projects driving innovation in horticulture lighting. (Courtesy of Stockbridge Technology Centre.)
The advent of high output, low power, more affordable LED modules configured at specific wavelengths is revolutionizing the horticulture sector.

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