Non-Invasive Spectral Phenotyping Methods can Improve and Accelerate Cercospora Disease Scoring in Sugar Beet Breeding

@inproceedings{Jansen2014NonInvasiveSP,
  title={Non-Invasive Spectral Phenotyping Methods can Improve and Accelerate Cercospora Disease Scoring in Sugar Beet Breeding},
  author={M. Y. Jansen and Sergej Bergstr{\"a}sser and Simone Schmittgen and Mark M{\"u}ller-Linow and Uwe Rascher},
  year={2014}
}
Breeding for Cercospora resistant sugar beet cultivars requires field experiments for testing resistance levels of candidate genotypes in conditions that are close to agricultural cultivation. Non-invasive spectral phenotyping methods can support and accelerate resistance rating and thereby speed up breeding process. In a case study, experimental field plots with strongly infected beet genotypes of different resistance levels were measured with two different spectrometers. Vegetation indices… CONTINUE READING
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