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Mapping and Estimating Weeds in Cotton Using Unmanned Aerial Systems-Borne Imagery
In recent years, Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) have emerged as an innovative technology to provide spatio-temporal information about weed species in crop fields. Such information is a critical input for any site-specific weed management program. A multi-rotor UAS (Phantom 4) equipped with an RGB sensor was used to collect imagery in three bands (Red, Green, and Blue; 0.8 cm/pixel resolution) with the objectives of (a) mapping weeds in cotton and (b) determining the relationship betweendoi:10.3390/agriengineering2020024 fatcat:j54gdntjxvfu5pios4cc55x6ka