Document Type

Conference Proceeding

Publisher

Australian Society of Information and Communication Technologies in Agriculture

Faculty

Faculty of Health, Engineering and Science

School

School of Computer and Security Science/eAgriculture Research Group

RAS ID

18565

Comments

This article was originally published as: Saxena, L., & Armstrong, L. (2014). A survey of image processing techniques for agriculture. Proceedings of Asian Federation for Information Technology in Agriculture. (pp. 401-413). Perth, W.A. Australian Society of Information and Communication Technologies in Agriculture. Original article available here

Abstract

Computer technologies have been shown to improve agricultural productivity in a number of ways. One technique which is emerging as a useful tool is image processing. This paper presents a short survey on using image processing techniques to assist researchers and farmers to improve agricultural practices. Image processing has been used to assist with precision agriculture practices, weed and herbicide technologies, monitoring plant growth and plant nutrition management. This paper highlights the future potential for image processing for different agricultural industry contexts.

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