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EFFECTIVENESS OF SPECTRAL SIMILARITY MEASURES TO MONITOR HEALTH OF CROPS FOR SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE
Journal of Rural Development
This research paper attempts to show efficient use of spectral similarity measures to check desired growth of the crops by comparing farmer's field crops spectra with test field crops spectra of same development stage. Optimum amount of nitrogen (as fertiliser) and water applied increase the NIR reflectance. Dissimilarity in vegetation vigour, resulting from variation in nitrogen and water applied, are easily located when NIR imagery or data are used. Stress is shown by progressive decrease indoi:10.25175/jrd/2018/v37/i2/129633 fatcat:ztv7txs34zcyjnxfjnog7jjh7m