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October 2016, Mini Spectrometers + Minirhizotrons

Posted by: Judith Edwards
Oct. 28, 2016

Portuguese startup, CoolFarm, uses
the CI-710 Miniature Leaf Spectrometer to validate their indoor farming technology.

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Minirhizotrons allow researchers to study roots while they’re living in the soil.

How do Minirhizotrons work?

The CI-600 In-Situ Root Imager and CI-602 Narrow Gauge Root Imager (coming soon!) allow researchers to study roots non-destructively. It can be hard to visualize how Minirhizotron systems work, so we made a short guide to explain.

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News from Hawaii

New Updates

Read the latest post on how our minirhizotron system and photosynthesis analyzer are being used to support the Ryer’s Native Forest Restoration project in Hilo, Hawaii.

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Our new root imager

Coming Soon:
The CI-602 Narrow Gauge Root Imager

Guess what? Our new minirhizotron fits inside root tubes with a 2-inch inner diameter (including Bartz tubes).

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Upcoming Conferences

We’re gearing up for a busy November at CID Bio-Science.

November 6-9
American Society of Agronomy | Crop Science Society of America | Soil Science Society of America

Special Lecture, Applications for Root Imaging in Agriculture, by Andrea Melnychenko on Wednesday, Nov. 9 at 11:30 AM

Visit booth number 713 to see the new CI-602 Narrow Gauge Root Imager!

Phoenix, AZ


November 21-22
2016 Zealquest Plant Photosynthesis and Phenotyping Technology Workshop

Special Lecture by Leonard Felix on Root Measurement Technology

Beijing

Beijing Ziyu Hotel No. 55 Zengguang Road, Haidian District


November 24-25
2016 Zealquest Plant Photosynthesis and Phenotyping Technology Workshop

Special Lecture by Leonard Felix on Root Measurement Technology

Shanghai

Pine City Hotel No. 777 Zhaojiabang Road, Xuhui District

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