GLASE principal investigators Tessa Pocock and Neil Mattson explore how lettuce responds to different colors and types of LEDs.
GLASE Principal Investigators Neil Mattson, Cornell University and Tessa Pocock, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI), presented talks at the 2017 American Society for Horticultural Sciences Annual Conference September 19-22 at The Hilton Waikoloa in Waikoloa, Hawaii.
Mattson presented his team’s findings on the Impact of Green, Far-red, and White Light on Lettuce Grown Under Sole Source Lighting.
Pocock presented her team’s findings on The Biological Effects of Different Phosphors Used in LED Down Conversion.
The work presented by Mattson and Pocock is part of the larger GLASE scope that was designed to develop, validate and implement new lighting technologies for the CEA industry.
Read summaries of, listen to or view Mattson’s and Pocock’s talks:
- Impact of Green, Far-red, and White Light on Lettuce Grown Under Sole Source Lighting
- The Biological Effects of Different Phosphors Used in LED Down Conversion