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Detection of Weeds Through Remote Sensing

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Remote sensing of plants Agricultural weed detection Water/nutrient distribution Wildlife area weed detection
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Agricultural Uses Water distribution detection Nutrient deficiency detection Erosion detection Fertilizer/herbicide runoff
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Multispectral imagery of Kuiai weed
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Remote sensing is essential in locating infestations of weeds. This is a 3D photo of a tamarisk infestation.
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It is also important in locating other pests. This photo shows an infestation of western pine beetle.
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It is also very important in agriculture. Farmers use
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Unformatted text preview: remote sensing to detect where crops get too little or too much water or nutrients. It also helps them find weed patches in their fields. Literature Cited Campobasso, G, G. Terragitti, E. Colonnelli, and N.R. Spencer. 2004. Host Specificity of Thamnurgus euphorbiae Küster (Coleoptera: Scolytidae): A Potential Biological Control Agent of Leafy Spurge Euphorbia esula L. (Euphorbiaceae) in the United States . Environmental Entomology 33(6):1673-1680. • Jacobs, J.S., R.L. Shely, J.J. Borkowski. 2006. Integrated Management of Leafy...
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