Improving Growth and Production Output of Plants of Family Cannabaceae Sensu Stricto

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United States Ser. No. 14/046,050

Filed October 4, 2013

Abstract: A method of improving the growth of plants belonging to the family Cannabaceae sensu stricto by providing a plant nutrient solution about the plant roots and a gas mixture circulating about the plant shoot; by selecting the gas mixture and plant nutrient solution temperature independently of the other; and providing a plant nutrient solution to gas mixture temperature differential of approximately 0°F or of at least approximately 15°F during different phases of plant development, in order to change the plant development to improve a desired plant organ for industrial, scientific, and medical purposes. Infection of plants by Pythium, Fusarium, Verticillium, and Rizoctonia are treated or prevented by selecting a gas mixture temperature that is approximately 65 to 85°F and a plant nutrient solution temperature that is approximately 35 to 65°F.

















































Source: Method of Improving the Growth and Production Output of Plants of the Family Cannabaceae Sensu Stricto.
 
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Fascinating model for clinical applications. :goodluck: