Ultraviolet-B radiation effects on sweetpotato growth and development
In spite of the success of the implementation of Montreal Protocol, the ozone level is not expected to return to 1980's levels until this mid-century because of the remaining chloroflurocarbon (CFCS) in the atmosphere. Therefore, ground-level ultraviolet-B will still stay in a high level in the next several decades and be a significant factor on the growth and development of all crops including sweetpotatoes. Two experiments were conducted using sunlit plant growth chambers and greenhouse facilities at Mississippi State, MS from July to November, 2016. In Experiment 1, the influence of three ...
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