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  • REMOTE SENSING OF AGRICULTURAL CROPS by airborne multi-spectral scanners is being investigated at Purdue University as a means for recording information on such crop/soil factors as species identification, stage of crop maturity, disease condition and soil moisture status.

    Author(s) : Aerial Crop Recording.

    Book : Research Progress Report. Indiana Agricultural Experiment Station, No. 279 1967 pp.7 pp.

    Abstract : REMOTE SENSING OF AGRICULTURAL CROPS by airborne multi-spectral scanners is being investigated at Purdue University as a means for recording information on such crop/soil factors as species identification, stage of crop maturity, disease condition and soil moisture status. An example is given of a computer print-out showing areas of wheat within an area of mixed cropping. [See also abs. 2924]-R.H.F.

    Record Number : 19671702930

    Language of text : not specified

    Language of summary : not specified

    Indexing terms for this abstract:

    Organism descriptor(s) : Triticum

    Descriptor(s) : computers, crops, field crops, identification, mixed cropping, remote sensing, soil, soil water, wheat

    Identifier(s) : soil moisture, United States of America

    Geographical Location(s) : USA

    Broader term(s) : Poaceae, Poales, commelinids, monocotyledons, angiosperms, Spermatophyta, plants, eukaryotes, APEC countries, Developed Countries, North America, America, OECD Countries