The study of Agricolus team researchers published on “Experimental Agriculture”, Cambridge University Press.

“RELIABILITY OF NDVI DERIVED BY HIGH RESOLUTION SATELLITE AND UAV COMPARED TO IN-FIELD METHODS FOR THE EVALUATION OF EARLY CROP N STATUS AND GRAIN YIELD IN WHEAT.”

This is the title of the work published on “Experimental Agriculture”, Cambridge University Press’ journal.

The study was aimed at comparing in-field parameters and remote sensing NDVI (normalized difference vegetation index) by both satellite (SAT) and unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) for the assessment of early nitrogen (N) status and prediction of yield in winter wheat (Triticum aestivum L.)

This work has been developed by a team of private researches and others coming from University of Perugia. It gives useful information to scientific literature because any study has compared NDVI data by SAT and UAV in winter wheat so far.

 

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https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/experimental-agriculture/article/reliability-of-ndvi-derived-by-high-resolution-satellite-and-uav-compared-to-infield-methods-for-the-evaluation-of-early-crop-n-status-and-grain-yield-in-wheat/FC7ADCA11D882978C1EF7A44CF615AE6

 

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