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Multispectral detection of floral buds for automated thinning of pear

Niels Wouters, Bart De Ketelaere, Tom Deckers, Josse De Baerdemaeker, Wouter Saeys
2015 Computers and Electronics in Agriculture  
the individual trees into account. 18 In this work, a multispectral camera system is developed to detect the floral buds of pear (cv. 19 Conference) during the growth stages prior to bloom.  ...  In total, approximately 87% of the visible floral 28 buds were detected correctly with a low false discovery rate (<16 %).  ...  Acknowledgements This research has been funded by the Institute for the Promotion of 668 Rutten and Chyngyz Erkinbaev for their assistance during the field trials.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.compag.2015.01.015 fatcat:ifxvnegwkzdphkwchrmw4ycroe

Automation and robotics in the cultivation of pome fruit: Where do we stand today?

Rafaël Verbiest, Kris Ruysen, Tanja Vanwalleghem, Eric Demeester, Karel Kellens
2020 Journal of Field Robotics  
The cultivation of apples and pears in orchards consists of several tasks that still demand much human labor.  ...  Besides an activity research in pome fruit orchards, this paper contains an overall review of the research and developments that have been performed to automate each major activity (e.g., pruning, thinning  ...  By using pressurized air, multispectral computer vision, and precisely positionable nozzles, it is possible to selectively blow floral buds away.  ... 
doi:10.1002/rob.22000 fatcat:qopwxctwtrbojf4smwqvlzqlz4

Volume 55, Number 2 (March 2002)

Editorial Board
2002 Journal of range management  
An automated rainout shelter was used during 1994 to impose a severe late spring to early fall (May to October) drought on 6 of twelve, 5-x 10-m non-weighing lysimeters.  ...  ecosystems is critical for developing effective drought management strategies.  ...  We would also like to express our appreciation to Sharon Holman for the preparation of the manuscript and to Ann Koehler for preparation of the graphics. Manuscript accepted 20 Jul. 01.  ... 
doi:10.2458/azu_jrm_v55i2_board fatcat:5qhv6on5ofdp3lfnkr7gk3xqua

New tools in forecast of mango crop harvest timing and volume

Nicholas Anderson
2022
to issues involved in scaling up machine vision detection of fruit in images to estimation of fruit load of orchards and the issue of calibration robustness for NIRS models.  ...  In both seasons the proportion of fruit detected by machine vision was signif [...]  ...  vision system for the detection of kiwifruit buds, flowers, fruit and canopy characteristics.  ... 
doi:10.25946/19919729.v1 fatcat:2otibm3chbgldct64odpygriqa

Abstracts of Presentations at IS-MPMI XVIII Congress

2019 Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions  
Contribution of a somatic hybridization event to the emergence of the Ug99 lineage of the wheat stem rust pathogen. (Abstr.)  ...  Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions 32:S1.1. https://doi.Contribution of a somatic hybridization event to the emergence of the Ug99 lineage of the wheat stem rust pathogen F.  ...  We also analysed a novel effector gene PWL2, a host specificity determinant for infection of weeping lovegrass (Eragrostis curvula), that may identify a novel source of resistance for introduction into  ... 
doi:10.1094/mpmi-32-10-s1.1 pmid:31573826 fatcat:othcerxdlrgwjiapockiozzfnq

FUNCTIONAL GENOMIC CHARACTERIZATION OF FRUIT QUALITY TRAITS IN APPLE (Malus x domestica Borkh.)

Claudius Marondedze, Claudius Marondedze
2009 unpublished
Functional genomic characterization of fruit quality traits in apple (Malus x domestica Borkh.  ...  After automated detection and matching of spots, manual editing was performed for every identified spot.  ...  Recently, a multispectral scattering technique was developed for the nondestructive assessment of fruit firmness 6.3, thus increasing the chances of detecting differentially regulated proteins.  ... 
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Keeping up with the plant destroyers in the post-genomics era. Understanding host specificity via comparative genomics

S Kamoun, D S Guttman
2017 Congress of the Mediterranean Phytopathological Union   unpublished
The identification in 2013 of an outbreak of Xylella fastidiosa (Xf) in olive groves in the Salento peninsula (southern Italy) resulted in a plant health emergency of unprecedented proportions for the  ...  Phytosanitary measures to combat the spread and mitigate the impact of the bacterial infections, included restrictions for new plantations and movement of propagating materials, and removal of infected  ...  This research is supported by grant P12-AGR667 (Junta de Andalucía, Spain), co-funded by the ERDF of the UE. The authors thank Antonio Valverde for excellent technical assistance.  ... 
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Impact of postharvest deficit irrigation and organic amendments on sweet cherry production at newly and previously established orchards in the Okanagan Valley

Tirhas Mebratu Gebretsadikan
2019
In the Okanagan Valley, sweet cherry production has expanded to higher altitudes due to climate change, but water availability and maintenance of soil health are major concerns for sustainable production  ...  Compost decreased arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (AMF) colonization and increased total bacteria in soil, while fewer root P. penetrans were detected from incorporated compost alone or in combination with  ...  In some cases, however, PDI has had negative effects on productivity of fruit trees by reducing excessive vegetative vigor, and on flower bud induction and floral differentiation processes, for example  ... 
doi:10.14288/1.0378506 fatcat:3cr2gqhbpva2zlktzinyqzfyre