The FIND project uses fluorescence imaging techniques to provide early warning reactive systems for diagnosis and treatment of plant and crop health.
University of Plymouth research: Speciality Crops is investigating the added value of extracts from Cornish seaweeds and native plants for anti-ageing and UVB protection properties to be used in topical skin-care treatments.
Automated Brassica Harvesting in Cornwall (ABC)
The Automated Brassica Harvesting in Cornwall project is developing robotic systems for automating manual brassica picking operations as part of the Agri-Tech Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly project.
The FABSOIL project supports the development of the manufacture and analysis of artificial soils made from recycled and waste materials.
Plant Factory Cornwall
Plant Factory uses developments in LED technology to grow crops in hydroponic systems, as part of the Agri-Tech Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly project.
Understand how researchers at the University of Plymouth are investigating autonomous harvesting.
Find out more about the University of Plymouth's involvement in Agri-Tech Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly'