The influence of green light on the
germination of tomato seeds, the amount of green
pigments in the leaves, the activity of photosystem 2, and
the parameters of the leaves were studied. Tomato plants
were grown in an experimental plot on the plots with an
area of 1 m2
. The pilot plants were coated with
atransparent film transmitting light at wavelength of
420-480nm, 490-580nm and 620-680 nm during the
growing season. It was found that green light (GL), like
blue (BL) and red (RL) light, regulates metabolic
processes in plants through its receptors.
Keywords : Tomato, Seed Germination, Chlorophyll, Carotenoids, Photosystem 2.