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Digital Ag Seminar Series: Log Imaging Technology

Join us March 24th as Rado Gazo, professor of forestry and natural resources shares about Log Imaging Technology as part of the Digital Ag Seminar series. (In-person and via Zoom) 

“Building on the momentum of past digital agriculture webinars, we are continuing to highlight not only how data is being used today but also explore its future potential,” said Dennis Buckmaster, agricultural and biological engineering professor and Dean’s Fellow of Digital Agriculture at Purdue University. “In this seminar series, researchers from across the College of Agriculture will showcase how they are using data to inform plant breeding decisions, improve crop and forest management decisions, detect disease in plants, and much more.”

The seminars start at 12:30 p.m. ET and speakers will present for the first 30 minutes followed by time for questions from the audience. Participants can attend the seminars in-person or virtually via the Zoom link below.

Zoom link:

Passcode: 836006

To view past presentations, check out the Data Driven Agriculture playlist on Purdue Agriculture’s YouTube channel.

  • Jan. 26 – Hyperspectral Phenotyping in Precision Agriculture, John Couture, associate professor of entomology and forestry and natural resources
  • Feb. 24 – Data-Driven Workforce Panel moderated by Bruce Erickson, clinical associate professor of digital agriculture
  • March 24 – Log Imaging Techology, Rado Gazo, professor of forestry and natural resources
  • April 21 – Disease Detection Technologies, Christian Cruz, assistant professor of botany and plant pathology

This series is supported in part by the Wabash Heartland Innovation Network (WHIN).

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