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Articles & Whitepapers

  • Physiological Injury and Bio-mechanical Injury of Aquatic Plants

    Physiological Injury and Bio-mechanical Injury of Aquatic Plants

      Physiological Injury of Aquatic Plants   1. Insufficient Light During the growth, due to insufficient light, the photosynthetic intensity of aquatic plants will be reduced, the normal growth and development will also be affected.   For example, red water plants such as Ammania gracilis and Rotala macranda, due to insufficient light, the anthocyanins in ...

  • Adapting production to drought

    Adapting production to drought

    Many parts of the world face water shortage and drought. As a result, farms and orchards are losing their capacity to produce food. According to the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), drought ...

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  • Preparing Plants for our Future Climate

    Preparing Plants for our Future Climate

    Planning is something we all do. As individuals, we may be planning for next weekend or our future retirement. Farmers and plant breeders are also planning for a future. The crops we currently depend on will need grow under different conditions ...

Equipment & Solutions

  • Leaf Image Analysis System
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    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 ...