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Consistency is Key: Best Practices for Measurement of Dry Matter & Brix with NIR

April 28, 2020 at 4:27 am | Updated April 28, 2020 at 4:27 am | < 1 min read

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This webinar features a popular line of tools from our Felix Instruments side, the F-751 Quality Meters. These tools use a near-infrared spectrometer to gauge the maturity of different types of produce. We have had quite a few people asking about the best ways to scan the produce and how many scans they need to take for success so we are here to answer those questions and more! Here is a look at some of what our Staff Scientists, Galen George and Eric Munoz-Garcia, will be presenting:

– Importance of total number of scans on accuracy
– Explanation of data from tool
– Review of other methods

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