Photosynthesis and agricultural netting solutions
Photosynthesis consists of a number of photochemical and enzymatic reactions.
Essentially, photosynthesis is the process where green plants and other organisms transform light into chemical energy. In the case of plants, light energy is captured by a substance known as chlorophyll in the leaves and used to convert water, carbon dioxide, and minerals into energy compounds, such as simple and complex sugars. These sugars are the basis of both plant and animal life.
Any acceleration or deceleration in the process of photosynthesis will naturally result production of more or less organic compounds and subsequent plant growth. One of the variables that is commonly controlled is the amount of light. As a ‘rough guide’ less PAR reaching the plants may result in less growth.