Plant Disease Detection through the Implementation of Diversified and Modified Neural Network Algorithms

  title={Plant Disease Detection through the Implementation of Diversified and Modified Neural Network Algorithms},
  author={F. Nihar and N. Khanom and Syed Sahariar Hassan and Amit Kumar Das},
In the era of artificial systems, disease detection is becoming easier. For detecting disease, monitoring the plants 24 hours, visiting the agricultural office, or asking for help from a specialist seem difficult. This situation demands a user-friendly plant disease detection system, which allows people to detect whether the plant is diseased or not in an easier way.  If the plant is diseased, a treatment plan will also be notified. In this way, people can easily save time, money, and, most… Expand
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