Remote Sensing for Crop Management

  title={Remote Sensing for Crop Management},
  author={Paul J. Pinter and Jerry L. Hatfield and James S. Schepers and E. M. Barnes and Mary Susan Moran and Craig S. T. Daughtry and Dan R. Upchurch},
Scientists with the Agricultural Research Service (AHS) and various government agencies and private institutions have provided a great deal offundamental information relating spectral reflectance and thermal emittance properties of soils and crops to their agronomic and biophysical characteristics. This knowledge has facilitated the development and use of various remote sensing methods for non-destructive monitor ing ofplant growth and development and for the detection of many environmental… CONTINUE READING
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