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Re: [APD] Begging limitless questions
Yep, same goes for lighting too, and the rest, right? So
why must there be a deficiency?
--- Poe Lim <phlim at iinet_net.au> wrote:
> Every living things has an upper rate at which they will
> grow; even in ideal
> conditions, with unlimited nutrients, the plants will
> grow at a certain
> maximum rate, and to a certain maximum height, due to
> genetics and cell
> senescence. Nutrinets are just a part of the equation.
> phlim at iinet_net.au
> > Date: Tue, 16 Sep 2003 07:10:53 -0700 (PDT)
> > From: "S. Hieber" <shieber at yahoo_com>
> > Well, something is going to limit them or, well, their
> > growth would be unlimited -- no tank would be big
> enough to
> > hold them.
> > But that doesn't happen. So what limits that we actual
> > experience have what kinds of appearances? Does light
> > limited look like iron limited? Does it look like not
> > limited at all except the plant doesn't get gargantuan?
> > Chems chemical reaction rates, metabolic rates ("It's
> > my nutrients, I just have a fast metabolism"),
> > input, temps? You can't keep giving plants more of
> > everything, what's the desireable operative limitation,
> > anyone knows?
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