Growth and Essential Oil Content of Angelica archangelica as Influenced by Light Intensity and Growing Media

@inproceedings{Letchamo1995GrowthAE,
  title={Growth and Essential Oil Content of Angelica archangelica as Influenced by Light Intensity and Growing Media},
  author={Wudeneh Letchamo and Andr{\'e} Gosselin and Josef H{\"o}lzl},
  year={1995}
}
ABSTRACT The effects of light levels and growing media on growth and essential oil content in Angelica archangelica were investigated under greenhouse conditions. Eight months after seed sowing, the highest shoot and root dry matter yield (810 g/plant and 438 g/plant respectively) was recorded from sand-hydroponic (SH) grown variants under supplemental light (SL). The highest oil yield (4.03 mg/plant) was produced by SH-grown plants under SL, while the lowest oil yield (1.74 mg/plant) was… CONTINUE READING

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