Killing plants with ultra-violet ?
m.foti at biosidus.com.ar
Mon Mar 23 14:15:23 EST 1998
The ultra-violet light is really effective in killing bacterias and
fungus sp., but it depends on the distance from the light source to the
irradiated area. I don't know if will be too effective with others life
forms that you named mildew and molds.
Goodbye, and good luck
Lic. Marcelo D. Foti
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> Subject: Killing plants with ultra-violet ?
> Hi - from a genuine layman.
> Can anyone tell me if ultra-violet light is effective in
> killing or inhibiting the growth of mildew, molds or bacteria?
> This would be in regards to walls in a rather wet enviorment.
> Or for that matter, any type of light radiation?
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