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PlantEye F600 release! The new quality standard for Plant Parameters

Posted on 1 September 2021 in by Martijn Houben
Our Flagship sensor has entered its 6th generation bringing the quality we had dreamed of from the beginning.
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Comparing PlantEye F600 vs. F500

The F600 sets a new standard and combines ten years of plant-phenotyping experience into one sensor. Once again,

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Why PlantEye LED has no effect on plant performance

With the release of the PlantEye F600 we realized a significant increase in the light output of the flashing units.. Continue reading

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BioConsortia has a biostimulant R&D pipeline that competes with the giants

BioConsortia Inc. based in Davis, California develops microbial based plant growth promoting products using their very own,

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NAPPN 2021 | Machine learning & Tools explained in the Company tour!

NAPPN has the goal of  advancing  the field of Plant Phenotyping in North America and to date, they have done.. Continue reading

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Digital Twins, the future in plant phenotyping – TechnoHouse by Rijk Zwaan

Rijk Zwaan, a major vegetable breeder hosts a regular online show called Techno House that addresses hot topics around plant.. Continue reading

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Accelerate the Development of your LED Light Recipes with OSRAM and Phenospex

LED´s are revolutionizing the way we grow crops in greenhouses and indoor farms today. They even enable you to design.. Continue reading

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Field Phenotyping for Vegetable Growth under high Heat and Flood Stress

In 2019 the World Vegetable Center in Tainan tested the growth of vegetables under high heat and flooding stress. This.. Continue reading

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Farewell Uladzimir

Over the past ten years, we’ve developed and perfected the sensor I always dreamed of – a sensor that captures.. Continue reading

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PlantEye REST API – integrate 3D & Multispec in any Phenotyping project

The past years I have been discussing many phenotyping projects. It became very clear to me that there is a.. Continue reading