Corpus ID: 199394248

Study of the disease detection for crop seedlings by using chlorophyll fluorescence

  title={Study of the disease detection for crop seedlings by using chlorophyll fluorescence},
  author={Y. Chiu and Cheng-Kai Liao and Y. Chang},
This study used chlorophyll fluorescence image to detect and analyze the crop disease spots. The graphical programming language LabVIEW 2009 was used to develop the detection system, and Vision Assistant was used to construct image processing program for nondestructive detection of crop disease spots. The exciting light wavelength of the chlorophyll fluorescence used in this study was 430~470 nm. A blue ray LED was the light source, and a near infrared camera was used to capture 684±10 nm… Expand


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