Plant Phenotyping Blog
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HortControl 3.3 release – Max Height, Snapshot, Reprocessing & more

At Phenospex we are continuously working on improving our products. Today we are happy to announce a new HortControl release, which improves.. Continue reading

The Power of Fusing 3D with Multispec

3D assessment of plants became a commonly used technology in plant phenotyping to measure morphological and architectural features of plants… Continue reading

Plant Phenotyping in the Americas, One Year Later

Approximately a year ago, I entered the plant phenotyping arena and in my first blog for our company posed the.. Continue reading

Gravimetric systems – Make or buy?

The question whether to make or to buy a phenotyping system is often discussed in early phases of such projects… Continue reading

How far are we from the 100$ Phenome?

A review of the investment into plant phenotyping over the last 10 years There can be no question about the.. Continue reading

Phenotyping Workshop at PAG XXIV

Do we really need digital plant phenotyping? Slot: Monday, January 11, 2016: 6:10 PM-8:20 PM After the great response to.. Continue reading

Will the US overtake Europe in Advanced Plant Phenotyping?

Recent developments in the US plant phenotyping scene indicate a shift Currently, Europe and Australia maintain the most advanced phenotyping.. Continue reading

Arabidopsis Plant in as a 3D point cloud scanned with PlantEye

An overview of 3D plant phenotyping methods

Currently there is quite a significant amount of hype regarding 3D reconstructions of plants. We have received a number of.. Continue reading

modern plant phenotyping needs to be applied to various species

Do we really need automated plant phenotyping?

If you have been to a conferences dealing with plant phenotyping, you have most probably heard the opening statement: “In.. Continue reading

Jana Kholova working on the field doing classical phenotyping with hear Indian group

Can Field Phenotyping improve the livelihood of millions of households?

Dr. Jana Kholova describes her reseach at ICRISAT and how we established a unique Field Phenotyping platform together to support the research.. Continue reading