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Budding Opportunities for Horticultural Lighting on the Horizon

Every year, when I see the big Bradford pear tree flowering in my front yard in late March or early April, I know that spring has sprung. Although these beautiful blooms only last a couple of weeks during what seems to have become an ever-shrinking springtime season in Missouri, the predictable announcement of their existence certainly makes a bold statement. After reading this month’s cover story along with the latest research on horticultural lighting and the future of grow lights, I

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