On 14 March 2022 at 12.00-12.30 CET we did a virtual tour of the Finnish National Plant Phenotyping Infrastructure (NaPPI) facility in Helsinki.
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NaPPI was established during 2016 and is a distributed research infrastructure that provides phenotyping services to the entire Finnish plant research community, but also to the Nordic and European research networks. It provides high throughput plant phenotyping services that are based on five RGB cameras, a thermal camera and two chlorophyll fluorescence imaging units (imaging PAMs) in two setups. The multimodal phenotyping is available for shoots of both small model plants (such as Arabidopsis) and large crops (up to young trees) with a shoot height of 50-120 cm. After the tour there will be a brief session for discussion and asking questions.