Purdue opens first field phenotyping facility in North America

Purdue opens first field phenotyping facility in North America

Center will support state-of-the-art research in automated field phenotyping, which measures and analyzes observable plant characteristics.

Dedication ceremonies were held Aug. 29 for the Indiana Corn & Soybean Innovation Center, a 25,500 sq. ft. facility at the Purdue Agronomy Center for Research & Education. The center will support state-of-the-art research in automated field phenotyping, the process of measuring and analyzing observable plant characteristics.

The Indiana Corn & Soybean Innovation Center is a core component of the plant sciences research and education initiative, part of Purdue Moves, ann

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