Computational water stress indices obtained from thermal image analysis of grapevine canopies

@article{Fuentes2012ComputationalWS,
  title={Computational water stress indices obtained from thermal image analysis of grapevine canopies},
  author={Sigfredo Fuentes and Roberta De Bei and Joanne Pech and Stephen D Tyerman},
  journal={Irrigation Science},
  year={2012},
  volume={30},
  pages={523-536}
}
Thermal imaging of crop canopies has been proposed more than a decade ago as a sensitive methodology to determine the water status of different crops. This paper describes the development of a semi-automated and automated methodology using MATLAB® programming techniques to analyse the infrared thermal images taking into consideration the pitfalls pointed out previously in the literature. The proposed method was tested in an irrigation reduction and recovery trial for Chardonnay in the 2010–2011… CONTINUE READING
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