Operations and phenotyping toolbox

New mechanization, automation, precision and high-throughput phenotyping tools have the potential to lower the cost of assessing variety traits and genotype-environment-management interactions while and improving accuracy and precision. The Phenotyping tools & services toolbox contains manuals, templates, procurement guides and continuous improvement training resources to enable more rapid and effective adoption of phenotyping tools.

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This manual, provides detailed protocols for screening rice under the major stresses affecting both rainfed and irrigated rice: submergence, salinity, drought, and the soil problems – excess iron and aluminum.
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This standard operating practice provides an introduction and use guide to the aerial platforms, sensors and data tools involved in unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) phenotyping applications, with a case study of RGB, multispectral and thermal phenotyping on microplots.
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List of package printers, label printers, barcode readers, electronic data collectors and seed counters identified as preferred in a survey of EiB members (updated May 2019).
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A standardized protocol for the management of drought stress in field-based phenotyping trials.
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Describes the development of effective phenotyping systems for various stages of drought stress in maize.
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Describes the development of effective phenotyping systems for various stages of waterlogging stress in maize.
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Theory, instructions and equipment needed to monitor soil moisture in breeding plots.