Quantifying pruning impacts on olive tree architecture and annual canopy growth by using UAV-based 3D modelling

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Tree pruning is a costly practice with important implications for crop harvest and nutrition, pest and disease control, soil protection and irrigation strategies. Investigations on tree pruning usually involve tedious on-ground measurements of the primary tree crown dimensions, which also might generate inconsistent results due to the irregular geometry of… (More)
DOI: 10.1186/s13007-017-0205-3

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@inproceedings{JimnezBrenes2017QuantifyingPI, title={Quantifying pruning impacts on olive tree architecture and annual canopy growth by using UAV-based 3D modelling}, author={F M Jim{\'e}nez-Brenes and Francisca L{\'o}pez-Granados and Ana Isabel de Castro and J Torres-S{\'a}nchez and Nathan Serrano and Jos{\'e} M. Pe{\~n}a}, booktitle={Plant Methods}, year={2017} }