As part of their fellowship work with the Cornucopia Project, ConVal students recently used crop monitoring technology provided by Analog Devices to help improve the predictability, profitability, and quality of the tomatoes that they grew in the hoop house across the street from ConVal Regional High School.
“These ConVal students are amazing,” said Karen Hatcher, Executive Director of the Cornucopia Project. Hatcher stressed the connection between STEM and the agricultural research that the students were engaged in as part of their applied study. “I know you are as proud of them as we are.”
For further details on the Internet of Tomatoes (IoT) project, please see this 3-minute YouTube video.