Hyperspectral imaging and SPAD measurement for plant health monitoring and disease detection using image processing techniques
The Specim IQ was used to build data models for detection of root rot and plant health, identifying particular wavelengths of significance within different plant types.
Source: ResearchGate Alt et al. (2020)
Hyperspectral Imaging used for characterising identifying HLB infected citrus trees. Creating a dataset that helped to distinguish dehydrated trees from diseased trees so that spread of infections can be limited, leading to a reduction in costly losses and unnecessary removal of falsely diagnosed stock.
Source: ResearchGate Weng et al. (2018)
Investigation into the characterisation of the spectral reflectance of diseased wheat plants in-field to assess the ability to combat yellow rust with targeted interventions and minimise environmental load and cost.
Source: Science Direct Bravo et al. (2003)
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