Knowing the exact population of plants proved to be useful for making both early-season and late-season management decisions when you aim to achieve the most optimal results and increase yield. This means that you can use the generated report to analyze and compare the number of plants at the beginning and end of the season.
|Crop name||Days old||Vegetation phase|
|Nut trees||all year round||all year round|
|Lettuce||from 40||from V9|
|Pine||all year round||all year round|
|Apple||all year round||all year round|
The Plant Population is designed for perennial plants (trees, fruits, vegetables, pines, nuts, ornamental plants) while the Stand Count report is intended for seasonal crops (corn, soy, wheat).
Plants should be at least 4in tall for first Stand Count analysis, and there is no maximum height.
The Plant Population analysis was applied on over 100 different crops. The majority of users stick with RGB images, so if you have one, there is no need for any other sensor. In addition to the RGB, we also support multispectral and NIR.
Yes, we can. Agremo developed three different algorithms for plant counting, and one of them is specially designed for counting trees when they start to overlap.
The Plant Population report is suitable for Pines, Avocado, Almond, Lettuce, Broccoli, ornamental plants.
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