August 2, 2010 - Tokyo, Japan - Dr. Hiroyuki Watanabe, professor of Graduate School of Agriculture in Tamagawa University, looks at leaf lettuces in the LED-based Plant Factory housed in the research center in Tokyo, Japan on August 2, 2010. The full research facility, named Future Science Technology Center, has been operational since March 2010. The plant factory facility uses artificial lighting sources, such as Light-emitting Diodes (LEDs), Hybrid Electrode Fluorescent Lamps (HEFLs) and cool white fluorescent (CWF) lamps for plant production.

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Tamagawa University's LED-based Plant Factory
August 2, 2010 - Tokyo, Japan - Dr. Hiroyuki Watanabe, professor of Graduate School of Agriculture in Tamagawa University, looks at leaf lettuces in the LED-based Plant Factory housed in the research center in Tokyo, Japan on August 2, 2010. The full research facility, named Future Science Technology Center, has been operational since March 2010. The plant factory facility uses artificial lighting sources, such as Light-emitting Diodes (LEDs), Hybrid Electrode Fluorescent Lamps (HEFLs) and cool white fluorescent (CWF) lamps for plant production.

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Date 2 Aug 2010
Location: Tokyo Tokyo Prefecture Japan
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