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Articles & Whitepapers

  • The dirt on soil carbon formation during afforestation

    Soil carbon is the second-largest carbon sink in the world, and it is currently in focus during these times of accelerating climate change brought about by human activities. Very little is known on the patterns of carbon accumulation in the soil. Thus, it is essential to determine the mode and quantity of carbon being sequestered by afforestation projects to mitigate climate change, not just ...

  • Influence of environment on plants

    There is no denying the importance of light for the growth of plants; however, there are many other environmental factors—such as temperature, moisture and nutrient availability, and soil ...


  • Structurally complex forests better at carbon sequestration

    Structurally complex forests better at carbon sequestration

    Forests in the eastern United States that are structurally complex -- meaning the arrangement of vegetation is highly varied -- sequester more carbon, according to a new study led by researchers at Virginia Commonwealth University.The study ...

Equipment & Solutions

  • Leaf Image Analysis System

    Leaf Image Analysis System

    The recently upgraded WinDIAS 3 Leaf Image Analysis System provides fast, accurate measurement of leaf area and leaf features – making it ideal for plant pathology and phenotyping applications. WinDIAS’s analysis features are well suited to applications where precise colour discrimination is critical. Delta-T Devices was one of the first companies to develop leaf imaging technology ...