Bruce Phos: Alpine Plots in NDVI
Bruce Phos Yard
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NDVI (normalized difference vegetation index) uses false colours to show differences in crop growth & crop health. Generally, red areas are thin crop or unhealthy crop. But that is not always the case, so NDVI is a tool that complements ground truthing by an agronomist.
Want more info? Talk to Robin Harrison about the details of his drone service and the interpretation of NDVI imagery.