Getting to know precisely the leaf area index is an important parameter which can tell a lot about plant health at its first stages of growth. And while many of you have told us that our Plant stress analysis has already helped drive better overall crop performance by giving accurate pieces of information about the leaf index, you’ve also asked for an even detailed report to exactly know:
- The percentages and surface expressed in hectares of the canopy/leaf area and ground cover area
- Vegetation conditions
- Primary plant productivity.
That’s why we created a new generation of Plant stress analysis – Canopy analysis.
How Canopy analysis works
By showing the areas covered with leaves and without leaves (ground) in percentages and hectares, this drone-based analysis helps to discover precisely:
- All missing plants
- Plants that have not developed enough, probably because of the stress or missing minerals.
How Canopy analysis will improve my yield
Canopy analysis precisely shows two kinds of field zones (canopy and no canopy zone). For example, if your analysis report shows that 72% of your field is NO CANOPY zone, then this means that 72% of your plants are under some stress (you can discover it by requesting one of our Stress analyses), and that you should optimize your plant treatments in accordance with the given results (you will know what quantity of fertilizer is needed and when to apply it).
After our team of Ag experts receives your request, within two business days, they will provide actionable insights on the Agremo platform and in a PDF report like the one above. Also, we will give you end-to-end support to read all your results and integrate aerial data and analytics into your Ag business.
Disclaimer: People and plants are living beings – and living beings act differently from machines and algorithms. This is why Agremo does not claim to offer a complete or entirely error-free analysis of the provided data and cannot be held responsible for any errors, omissions, damages, or losses of any kind. Agremo makes significant efforts to keep the underlying workflow as proficient and precise as possible, but there are numerous limiting factors which cannot be foreseen, excluded, or modified. Such limiting factors can affect the results of the analyses and include low image quality, complex natural phenomena, diseases which cannot be captured with today’s technology, etc.