CEA lighting strategies have long been based on the daily light integral. Although the DLI is a useful concepts, not all DLIs are equal. Longer photoperiods with lower light tend to result in more growth than short photoperiods with high light, even if the DLI is the same. And in greenhouses, the DLI typically isn't controlled perfectly. Can you take advantage from the high DLI you may on sunny days to provide less light on cloudy days? How well do plants tolerate changes in light, either over the course of minutes or hours, or from day-to day? Join this webinar to learn about these issues and see how this may reduce your electricity bills.