Upcoming Webinar: Made in the Shade- How 11 Research Studies Cleverly Use Canopy Analysis to Measure Crop & Forest Health

Scott Trimble

October 21, 2020 at 9:44 pm | Updated October 21, 2020 at 9:44 pm | < 1 min read

Special guest researchers Brendon Anthony of Colorado State University and Derek Godwin of Oregon State University, along with our application scientists Eric Munoz-Garcia and Galen George review 11 studies that have used canopy analysis for everything from typhoon effects to pruning!  Here is a quick look at some of what will be covered:

  • How pruning and controlled-release fertilizer impact rejuvenation of Huanglongbing-affected Sweet Orange
  • Using hemispherical photography to measure leaf area index, biomass, and yield in a cotton field
  • What impacts butterfly diversity in specific landscapes
  • How a shade gradient filters tree functioning, grass composition, and biomass
  • Levels of wet-canopy evaporation during large, high-intensity storms such as typhoons

This is an exciting opportunity for you ask questions directly from our application scientists and two researchers using our technology.

January 23rd, 2020 @ 8AM & 6PM Pacific

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*6pm session will include recorded sessions from special guests- they will not be in attendance live for this time

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