Rosewood Research's patented inventions can be used to assess the quality of grains at various stages throughout the lifespan of a grain.
A patented system for detecting one or more predetermined optically derivable characteristics of a sample can be used, for example, to measure the percentage of moisture present in grain. This has vital economic benefits across the production chain as it can allow for the determination of any processing steps that might be required, such as drying of the grain during initial storage.
Rosewood Research's portable spectrographic sample monitoring machine, which can measure components such as protein and moisture content, gives a comprehensive picture of grain quality. This can assist farmers to ensure their grains are suitable quality, prior to harvesting, which in turn reduces the risk of grains being rejected further down the manufacturing process.