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Hans Koerper: Plant-cultivation board. Vivaria, Christie Parker & Hale, March 31, 1992: US05099606 (7 worldwide citation)

Known plant-cultivation boards for vertical epiphyte planting in a plant substrate are nowadays made of wickerwork of tree fern roots cut into a cuboid shape. However, this material should no longer be used for reasons of protection of the species. Moreover, when the epiphytes are replanted, the roo ...


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Kei Mori: Apparatus for plant cultivation. Jordan and Hamburg, May 5, 1987: US04662106 (7 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for plant cultivation includes a sealed dark chamber and a sealed lighted chamber which accommodate a root portion and a stem and leaf portion of a plant respectively. The lighted chamber is defined by a transparent housing above the dark chamber and the lighting is provided by optical ...


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Mori Kei: Apparatus for plant cultivation.. Mori Kei, May 16, 1984: EP0108362-A1 (7 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for plant cultivation includes a sealed dark chamber (10) and a sealed lighted chamber (30) which accommodate a root portion and a stem and leaf portion of a plant (P) respectively The lighted chamber (30) is defined by a transparent housing above the dark chamber (10) and the lighting ...


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Akira Ikeda, Shigeki Nakayama, Toshitsugu Ishii, Isao Itakura: Apparatus for plant cultivation. Mitsubishi Denki Kabushiki Kaisha, Sughrue Mion Zinn Macpeak and Seas, October 21, 1986: US04617755 (7 worldwide citation)

A system for the automated cultivation of plants includes a plurality of guide rail pairs which support conveyor driven jigs carrying individual plants thereon. As the plants are driven by the conveyors, the driving elements or dogs on successive conveyors are increasingly spaced, so as to allow for ...


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Lecat Pierre: Double-walled pot for plant cultivation. Lecat Pierre, April 10, 1969: GB1147851-A (7 worldwide citation)

1,147,851. Moulding double-walled article. P. LECAT. 25 Aug., 1967 [19 Sept., 1966], No. 39246/67. Heading B5A. [Also in Division A1] A process for producing a double-walled pot includes the steps of blowing from thermoplastic material a one-piece hollow body having a cup-shaped lower casing portion ...


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ZUKAUSKAS ARTURAS: Phosphor conversion light-emitting diode for meeting photomorphogenetic needs of plants. UAB HORTILED, Gerasimovic Liudmila, May 14, 2010: WO/2010/053341 (7 worldwide citation)

A phosphor conversion light-emitting diode (LED) for plant cultivation comprises a semiconductor chip, generating short-wavelength (blue or near-UV) light due to injection electroluminescence, and a wavelength converter containing at least one phosphor, converting the said short-wavelength light to ...


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Process for the raising and cultivation of plants using foam substrates as nutrient soils. Bayer, May 31, 1973: GB1318736-A (7 worldwide citation)

1318736 Plant cultivation using foam substrates BAYER AG 14 Sept 1970 [1 Oct 1969] 43788/70 Heading A1E A process for raising and cultivation of plants using foam plastics substrates as nutrient soils has a series of nestable mouldings, of a size appropriate for a particular stage of growth of the p ...


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Stephen Edward Beeman, Forest Mathew Beeman: Floatable plant cultivation system. Cian G O Brien Esq, Robert L Wolter Esq, Beusse Wolter Sanks Mora & Maire P A, November 11, 2008: US07448163 (6 worldwide citation)

A floatable plant cultivation system that comprises a plurality of buoyant bases secured together and float on a water surface. One or more of the bases includes means for supporting one or more plants. The bases have side edges that abut one another and are secured together. In a preferred embodime ...


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Bruce I C Derrick, Jack B Geaslin: Method and apparatus for plant cultivation. Agribusiness Enterprises, Raphael Semmes, March 2, 1982: US04317308 (6 worldwide citation)

Plant cultivation units include several tiers of cultivation beds in open baskets supported on trays extending between endless chains which couple a pair of drive pulleys to a pair of idler pulleys. The beds are driven about a generally vertical endless path at a speed sufficient to cause artifical ...


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Leonard Edward Kosinski: Method of supporting plant growth using polymer fibers as a soil substitute. E I du Pont de Nemours and Company, June 4, 2002: US06397520 (6 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to a soil substitute useful in supporting plant growth. More particularly, the present invention relates to biodegradable and non-biodegradable polymer fibers for use in plant cultivation.