The optimum time to use Agremo Plant Size & Count analysis depends on crop type. For vegetables the best time is when plants develop 3 to 4 leaves and more, and for orchards from second year whenever there is a canopy on the tree.
|Crop name||Vegetation phase|
|Cauliflower, Broccoli, Cabbage, Lettuce, Kale||BBCH 15 - BBCH 51|
|Citruses, Oranges, Mandarin, Lemon, Palm Oil Tree, Almond, Mango, Apples, Avocado, Dates, Plums, Pears, Walnut||2 years - 15 years|
The Stand Count report is designed for seasonal crops (corn, soy, wheat) while Plant Population is more suitable for perennial plants (tree fruits, pines, etc.).
Plants should be at least 4in tall for first Stand Count analysis, and there is no maximum height.
Stand Count report is providing information about the difference between the planted and emerged number of plants (% under the norm). Recommended set is the expected number of the plants per acre (info about seeding rate) based on which we calculate the % under the norm.
Stand Count analysis was successfully 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. One of them is specially designed for counting plants that are overlapping or seeded in high density such as wheat or barley.
The Stand Count report is designed for seasonal field crops such as corn, wheat, soybeans, potato, canola, sugarbeet, barley.
Agremo can’t count fruits itself because much fruit hides inside the canopy; thus, you can’t detect all of them on a 2D drone image.
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