Selection of the most efficient wavelength bands for discriminating weeds from crop

@inproceedings{Piron2009SelectionOT,
  title={Selection of the most efficient wavelength bands for discriminating weeds from crop},
  author={Alexis Piron and Vincent Leemans and O. Kleynen and Fr{\'e}d{\'e}ric Lebeau and M.-F. Destain},
  year={2009}
}
The aim of this study was to select the best combination of filters for detecting various weed species located within carrot rows. In-field images were taken under artificial lighting with a multispectral device consisting of a black and white camera coupled with a rotating wheel holding 22 interference filters in the VIS-NIR domain. Measurements were performed over a period of 19 days, starting 1 week after crop emergence (early weeding can increase yields) and seven different weeds species… CONTINUE READING
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