Plant science on a screen

    “In silico” computer simulations allow plant scientists to model and adjust crop attributes while avoiding some of the repetition of producing real-life crops in cycles.

     Academic researchers are performing the work onscreen rather than commercial growers and farmers, but the two groups have partnered to reach common goals, says Dr. Stephen P. Long, Ikenberry Chair of Crop Sciences and Plant Biology at the University of Illinois.

    Patrick Williams, Plant science on a screen, November 30 2018,Greenhouse management – Departments – The Growing Edge

    Read the entire article

    For changes or corrections to this site, contact the webmaster.