Horticultural Physiology

ASHS highlights labs LED research in press release

The American Society for Horticulture Science highlighted the lab’s research in a press release: ASHS Press release on biofeedback system. The press release discusses the lab’s research on the development of a biofeedback system that can control how plant use light. The system uses chlorophyll fluorescence measurements to determine how…
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Mary Lewis, Sierra McDonald, and Jesse Lafian present their research at the UGA College of Ag undergrad research symposium

The College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences held their annual undergraduate research symposium today. The Horticultural Physiology Lab was well represented.   Mary Lewis presented her work on inducing flowering in marigolds, using far-red LEDs. She had the joy of presenting in front of our department head, who was one…
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Shuyang Zhen places 2nd in college graduate student competition

Shuyang Zhen, a PhD candidate in the Horticultural Physiology lab, represented the department of horticulture in the PhD part of the annual college graduate student competiton. The Broadus Browne competition is held in honor of the former Director of the Georgia Agricultural Experiment Station. Participants in the competition are judged based on a…
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PodPonics visits Horticultural Physiology Lab

A group of people from PodPonics visited the Horticultural Physiology Lab on November 19. PodPonics has developed an innovative approach to growing crops inside used shipping containers, using LED lights. As part of developing this farming approach, PodPonics has developed a lot of new technology. Paul Thomas and Marc van…
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