Growing more plants per square metre can result in weaker, poor quality pointsettias, but a team led by Dr Debbie Fuller at the Horticultural Research International unit (HRI) found manipulating lighting increased plant production two-thirds.
What does HRI stand for?
HRI stands for Horticultural Research International (United Kingdom)
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We have 131 other meanings of HRI in our Acronym Attic
- High Resolution Imagery
- High Resolution Information
- High Resolution Instrument
- High Resolution Isolation
- High Rising Intonation (speech)
- High Risk of Isolation
- High-Risk Infant (various organizations)
- Historic Resources Inventory (various locations)
- Hitachi Research Institute (Japan)
- Horse Racing Ireland
- Horticulture Research Institute (American Nursery & Landscape Association)
- Host-Related Impuritie (biology)
- Hotel, Restaurant, and Institution
- Household Residual Income (UK)
- Housing Resources, Inc. (various locations)
- Howe Robinson Index (shipbroker freight index)
- Huddersfield Royal Infirmary (UK)
- Hull Royal Infirmary
- Human Readable Interpretation
- Human Resource Index
Samples in periodicals archive:
But the area's biggest agricultural employer, Warwick University's Warwick Horticultural Research International centre, is struggling to find applicants to work on the land.
The 900-square metres of aluminium and glass at the Government-run Horticultural Research International centre at Wellesbourne, Warwickshire, is part of a pounds 44million programme to develop research sites.
This year we arranged for Horticultural Research International in Wellesbourne to give Bath Place Community Venture in Leamington a supply of tomatoes and mushrooms.
Community dietician Catherine Wickens cooked up some healthy meals for the community cafe using mushrooms and tomatoes supplied by Horticultural Research International, in Wellesbourne, near Warwick.