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Phenotyping Nitrogen Use Efficiency and Water Use Efficiency in Wheat (0251)

The University of Adelaide
Dr Trevor Garnett (Principal investigator)
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Brief description

Ten commercial wheat varieties were grown on the phenotyping platform of The Plant Accelerator from 22 to 74 days after the seedlings emerged and imaged every second day. The treatments consisted of three nitrogen levels (N1 (low), N2 (medium) and N3 (high) applied in the soil mix). For each of these nitrogen treatments there were four water availability treatments: D1, well watered; D2, restricted watering from day 22 but then well watered from day 48; D3, restricted water from day 22 onwards; and D4, well watered then restricted watering from day 48 onwards. There were 4 replicates per treatment with a total of 480 plants x 27 time points = 12960 image sets.

Issued: 2015-09-22

Data time period: 2014-09-18 to 2014-11-09

Spatial Coverage And Location

text: The Plant Accelerator, Hartley Grove, Urrbrae South Australia, 5064

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  • Local : 0251