Non-Destructive Method for Nitrogen
Glenn M. Berntson
berntson at oeb.harvard.edu
Wed Mar 1 15:37:57 EST 1995
John Aber of the University of New Hampshire has been working with this
technology in conjunction with remote sensing. You might want to do a
literature search with his name (and his graduate student Mary Martin) to
see if you can find anything. I am not immediately aware of any
publications of their work.
In article <1995Mar1.123107 at nickel.laurentian.ca>,
pthibode at nickel.laurentian.ca (PIERRE D. THIBODEAU) wrote:
> I'm looking for a non-destructive method for determining nitrogen content in
> plant tissue. There is, apparently, a non-destructive method of determining
> nitrogen content in cereal. The technology is called "near-infrared
> reflectance analysis" or something like so. I'm looking for name of
> manufacturers of this technology. Can someone help me?
> Thank you!
> Pierre Thibodeau
> Technologist, Biology Dept.
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