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Plant Phynotyping

Phenotyping of crops is essential to determine crop damage due to storms, or to determine the stress of the plant due to diseases or lack of fertilization / water.

This work is a collaboration between the ARoS Lab, Dr. Michael Daniele (Associate Professor at NCSU) and Dr. Alper Bozkurt (Professor at NCSU). This work is funded by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) – National Institute of Food and Agriculture under Grant number 1015796.




  1. P. Ramos-Giraldo, C. Reberg-Horton, S. Mirsky, E. Lobaton, A. Lock, E. Henriquez, A. Zuniga, A. Minin, “Low-Cost Camera to Detect Water Stress in Crops with Embedded Machine Learning,” IEEE Sensors 2020.
  2. R. da Silva, N. Starliper, D.K. Bhosale, M. Taggart, R. Ranganath, T. Sarje, M. Daniele, A. Bozkurt, T. Rufty and E. Lobaton, “Feasibility Study of Water Stress Detection in Plants using a High-Throughput Low-Cost System,” IEEE Sensors, 2020.