389 Symposium--Sensing for Phenotyping and Management: What Can Remote and Proximal Sensors Tell Us about Physiological Properties of Crops?

Oral Session
C02 Crop Physiology and Metabolism
The goal of this symposium is to examine how data from remote and proximal sensors relate to physiological traits, and how they can be leveraged for crop improvement and/or crop management.

Approved for 2.0 CM CEUs


Crop Irrigation Strategies and Management Community

Wednesday, November 9, 2016: 9:25 AM-11:25 AM
Sheraton Grand, Ahwatukee A

Community Leader:
Diane L. Rowland
Felix B. Fritschi
9:25 AM
Introductory Remarks
9:55 AM
Individual Plant Sensing: Theory, Early Results, and Applications.
Christopher Boomsma, Purdue University; Javier Ribera, Purdue University; Yuhao Chen, Purdue University; Fangning He, Purdue University; Weifeng Xiong, Purdue University; Zhou Zhang, Purdue University; Addie Thompson, Purdue University; Ayman Habib, Purdue University; Edward Delp, Purdue University; Michael Leasure, Purdue University; Melba Crawford, Purdue University; Clifford Weil, Purdue University; Mitch Tuinstra, Purdue University
10:20 AM
Using Canopy Temperature Sensing for Site-Specific Irrigation Management.
Susan O'Shaughnessy, USDA-ARS; Manuel A. Andrade, ORISE Post Doctoral Felllow; Paul D. Colaizzi, USDA-ARS Conservation and Production Research Laboratory
11:10 AM
11:25 AM