The normalized difference vegetation index (NDVI) Greenseeker(TM) handheld sensor: toward the integrated evaluation of crop management. Part A - Concepts and case studies

@inproceedings{Govaerts2010TheND,
  title={The normalized difference vegetation index (NDVI) Greenseeker(TM) handheld sensor: toward the integrated evaluation of crop management. Part A - Concepts and case studies},
  author={Bram Govaerts and Nele Verhulst},
  year={2010}
}
Acknowledgements Verhulst received a scholarship from the Research Foundation – Flanders. The presented research was funded by CIMMYT and its strategic partners. Introduction to the NDVI Greenseeker TM sensor and scientific backstopping and exchange was provided by Bill Raun at Oklahoma State University and the finalization and reproduction of this training document was made possible thanks to the 2009 USAID Linkage Funds. 

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