Ohio's Country Journal column by Dr. John Fulton, Trey Colley and Jenna Lee
Over the last year, Trey Colley, a graduate student studying precision agriculture at The Ohio State University, worked to gather the most data ever collected for a single corn plant. Now that the growing season has transitioned to harvest, Colley has been amazed at the amount of data that has accumulated from his corn plant.
As the growing season has progressed, aerial imagery has been part of the world record setting data-collection efforts for Terra, a single corn plant in a Farm Science Review field. The bird’s eye view of the field through the 2017 growing season has been provided by AirScout.
Ohio's Country Journal featuring graduate student Trey Colley
Check out this podcast where Ohio Ag Net's Matt Reese talks with Ohio State's Trey Colley and Nate Douridas about a World Record Attempt featuring a special corn plant dubbed "Tera Byte". Then, be sure to follow the journey on our Facebook or Twitter!
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