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Smart potato storage

Main research questionWe target smart bulk storage of potato tubers. Smart storage means long-term storage with minimal losses by considering all influencing factors as much as possible. We do so by expanding our knowledge on the product, the storage facility, and the ventilation requirements.

Smart potato storage

News | 10/06/2021

A field full of sensors? CurieuzeNeuzen installs 500 sensors in potato fields

CurieuzeNeuzen installs 500 sensors in potato fields

CurieuzeNeuzen in de Tuin, the largest ever citizen study in Flanders on heat and drought, is installing 500 smart sensors or "field daggers" in various potato fields across Flanders to gather information on the microclimate in our potato fields.


POTENTIAL closing event

The objective of the POTENTIAL project is to explore the use of various remote sensing data aiming to increase water and nitrogen utilization in potato The results demonstrate high potential for data combinations and complementarity in determining potato growth, fertilization and irrigation needs The main findings are summarized in a manual describing

Insights and guidelines for variable rate irrigation and nitrogen fertilization in potatoBrussels, Belgium


Find out in this article about a project where we collaborated with technology manufacturers and competence centers to test this technology on maize and potato crops. Read more >>> Wikileeks: Optimizing leek fertilization strategies Currently, leek fields are fertilized evenly.

A14Agriculture EN

We focus on two crops: potatoes and maize. Our research on potato crops focuses on weed and disease detection (Alternaria Solani). For maize crops, we focus on weed detection right before the correction treatment.

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