Evaluating super high oleic acid safflower in sodic and saline soils

2021-05-18T10:35:58+09:3018 May 2021|

One of our favourite customers is back at The Plant Accelerator. Dr Rhiannon Schilling has used the APPF’s facilities on many occasions and knows how useful they are. In her [...]

Impact of above-ground vigour on root architecture in wheat

2021-01-21T11:29:57+10:3019 January 2021|

Congratulations to Pieter Hendriks, winner of the APPF's 2021 Postgraduate Internship Award (PIA). Pieter will work with the APPF's ANU Node to look at the impact of above-ground vigour in [...]

Research collaboration targets plant-based vaccine development

2021-08-24T13:32:17+09:3023 September 2020|

A new research collaboration aims to develop new methods and tools to non-invasively monitor the growth and performance of plants used in the production of Virus-Like Particles (VLPs). In doing [...]

Exciting new technology for CT scanning of wheat grains for stress tolerance to arrive at APPF in late 2020

2020-02-26T18:04:23+10:3026 February 2020|

Scientists have developed a computed tomography (CT) scanning method for screening large samples of wheat for drought and heat tolerance. They believe the new system will allow more accurate and [...]

Pilot Project Invitation – FieldExplorer Field Phenotyping Platform

2020-02-26T18:04:05+10:3024 February 2020|

An Invitation to Australian Plant Scientists The APPF invites expressions of interest from plant scientists wishing to undertake pilot projects using the new field phenotyping system during the 2020 growing [...]

A tool to overcome the challenges of green plant segmentation in hyperspectral images

2019-09-11T12:16:15+09:3011 September 2019|

Dr Huajian Liu, from the APPF’s Adelaide node, has developed a one-class support vector machine classifier combined with a pre-processing method named ‘hyper-hue’ to segment green plant pixels in hyperspectral [...]

How phenomics can help accelerate the discovery of drought and heat tolerant traits in Australian Canola

2019-08-20T15:55:37+09:3020 August 2019|

  Canola (Oilseed Brassica napus) is ranked second amongst the major oilseeds behind soy, which dominates global production. It is an important crop in most grain growing regions of Australia, [...]

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