SOME RESULTS OF CROP STRESS MONITORING BY REMOTE SENSING IN NORTHERN MONGOLIA

Authors

  • Tuvshinbayar D School of Agroecology, Mongolian University of Life Science
  • Erdenetuya B School of Agroecology, Mongolian University of Life Science
  • Erkhembayar E School of Agroecology, Mongolian University of Life Science
  • Batbileg B School of Agroecology, Mongolian University of Life Science
  • Sarangerel J School of Agroecology, Mongolian University of Life Science

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.5564/mjas.v21i02.906

Keywords:

remote sensing monitoring, crop stress, NDVI, LAI, GNDVI

Abstract

This paper presents the spatiotemporal monitoring crop stress in the first period of wheat phenology by satellite image in northern Mongolia. We used 2 satellite images Landsat8 that are dated June 23rd and July 12th of this year. Also calculated are same ratio-based indices such as NDVI, LAI and GNDVI of 2 images in the middle period of wheat phrenology, which are indicated crop stress field reports. NDVI and LAI, derived from satellite imagery are the most important characteristics of wheat stress monitoring. According to our result, as shown satellite image, wheat growth is critical and fuzzily, which is predicted necessary some management for farming. Our results show the ability of pre-processing image to analyze and visualize agricultural environments and workflows has proven to be beneficial to those involved in the farming industry.

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Published

2018-02-06

How to Cite

D, T., B, E., E, E., B, B., & J, S. (2018). SOME RESULTS OF CROP STRESS MONITORING BY REMOTE SENSING IN NORTHERN MONGOLIA. Mongolian Journal of Agricultural Sciences, 21(02), 59–63. https://doi.org/10.5564/mjas.v21i02.906

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