Why the red room in The Land


#1

On the Living with the Land tour, the aquaculture room uses red light.
Why???
Thx.
Frank


#2

Red light when absorbed by plants promotes flowering and budding.


#3

Aquatic plants respond best to light in the red spectrum. Algae feeds better on the full spectrum.


#4

To be honest, I’ve never noticed a plant in there. Just fish.
Frank


#5

and a hidden mickey…


#6

I don’t recall if there are plants in the tanks the fish eat… the red light may be for that and not the fish??? don’t know.
Frank


#7

I remember the clear tubes with the fish, and the huge tanks with the fish, no plants…


#8

I don’t understand the gators?? Why the gators.
I can see having the fish you eat in the restaurants, but why gators.
They cleaned it out about a year or so ago, then brought them back…
Frank


#9

[QUOTE=fjs08;1120394]I don’t understand the gators?? Why the gators.
I can see having the fish you eat in the restaurants, but why gators.
They cleaned it out about a year or so ago, then brought them back…
Frank[/QUOTE]

Gator’s good to eat. Try it one time.


#10

Triedd gator tail one time and it must have been done wrong because it was real chewy unless that is how it was supposed to taste.


#11

Used to have a place in St. Petes. Would go to the Ma and Pa restaurants on the beach. Had gator nuggets… Not bad.
I just wish they weren’t in the tank when we go through on the ride <G>.
Frank


#12

Gator is hard to cook. It has to be done just right and needs to be fresh. Frozen tends to be nasty and chewy.


#13

It’s the red light district of The Land. :mickey:


#14

Budding:wub:


#15

Hey! I thought this was a family forum. :laugh:


#16

It used to be.
:slight_smile: