Frequently Asked Questions
Plant growth chambers and plant growth walk-in rooms are commonly used in agriculture to conduct crop productivity research. Plant-related agriculture research and development are the most common uses for these units; plant breeding, plant nutrition, and photosynthesis are only a few of the areas where plant growth chambers are useful. Cereals, arabidopsis, algae, tobacco, physcomitrella, fungi, Medicago, weeds, soybeans, potatoes, and other commercial crops and horticulture plants are examples of plant categories.
Plant growth can be characterized as the increase in volume and/or mass of a plant, with or without the development of new structures like organs, tissues, cells, or cell organelles. The development of cell and tissue specialization, as well as the reproduction or creation of new individuals, are usually associated with growth.
A Plant Growth Chamber also termed a grow room or growth chamber is chambers where plants of any size are grown under controlled conditions. This is simply used when they have no alternative to indoor growing or particular yielding needs customized and controlled enviornment.