, études ne parlent pas ou peu de la croissance, il est difficile de savoir si ces systèmes de culture en milieu « réaliste » d'un point de vue environnemental sont viables

, En outre, ces études interrogent quant aux effets d'un tel changement de milieu pour les plantes : ces dernières passent d'un milieu très riche en nutriments

. Delmail, ) on peut imaginer que cela représente un stress considérable pour la plante, stress pouvant perturber les résultats des tests réalisés par la suite, Bien que les plantes aient 15 jours d'acclimatation à ce nouveau milieu, 2003.

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