In an effort to improve screening procedures for wheat and other crop breeding programs at Washington State University, USDA-ARS has invested in two Phenomics platforms to evaluate plants exposed to biotic and abiotic stresses. The LemnaTec Phenocenter utilizes a high throughput plant‐to‐sensor system where plants are loaded onto trolleys and automatically transferred to a Phenocenter where RGB and 3D images are taken. LemnaTec provided software has been used to analyze the images in a way to produce a desired data set that may be further analyzed statistically. Additionally, the Phenospex Drought spotter and PlantEye system was purchased to evaluate plants under automatic watering while taking 3D images over a period of time. Algorithms developed by Phenospex have been used to calculate plant measurable biomass and plant growth. These systems have been used to evaluate a diverse set of plant species and traits. Here we describe these systems and our recommendations for future research.