BIO Web of Conferences
Volume 5, 201538th World Congress of Vine and Wine (Part 1)
|Number of page(s)||3|
|Published online||01 July 2015|
High-throughput phenotyping for trait detection in vineyards
JKI Institute for Grapevine Breeding Geilweilerhof, 76833 Siebeldingen, Germany
Recently several papers appeared describing initial steps for novel phenotyping technologies in grapevine management, research and breeding. Kicherer and coworkers were the first using a robotic device which permits to follow a GPS track, stopping in the vineyard automatically at defined coordinates. By doing so the system stops face to face in front of a desired grapevine accession, takes a set of photos and moves to the next position repeating the actions. The acquired data of a single grapevine are stored and afterwards transferred into a database. First traits have been evaluated by the new technique. The current phenotyping possibilities are discussed.
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