Makhana Area and Yield Calculation Based on Remote Sensing - 2022
Yield calculation of the crop is very important for assessing the production and it depends on many variables like soil, weather, agricultural practices (date of planting, amount of irrigation and fertilizer use), seeds, pests, weeds and biotic stress.
Remote sensing provides an effective and efficient way to forecast yield. Remote sensing has been widely used by many institutions across world to calculate area and yield of a crop.
In this paper, we focus on forecasting yield of makhana based on data from Sentinel-2 satellite data.
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