Sentera, University of Minnesota Partner on Nitrogen Deficiency Technology

A licensing agreement between the U of M and ag-tech firm Sentera will bring to market a technology that detects nitrogen deficiency in corn.

Developed through University of Minnesota research, with support from the Minnesota Corn Growers Association, the technology detects nitrogen stress in corn using computer vision techniques that recognize characteristic features on plant leaves. 

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