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Black Citrus Aphid

Black Citrus Aphid Toxoptera aurantii Caused by insect  Factors –  a- Distortions of twigs and inflorescences and curling, rolling or folding of leaves. b- Leaves turn black in presence of honeydew that is readily colonizes by sooty mold. c- Downgraded quality of fruits and poor vigor in trees. d- Tristeza virus is a possible infection. …

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Research Collaboration with Chippy Pushpangathan on a DST funded project in Precision Agriculture

v Research Collaboration with Chippy Pushpangathan on a DST funded project in Precision Agriculture At Farmonaut, we believe if any research is being conducted for the benefit of the farming community, we must stand together to make it’s benefits reach to as many farmers as possible. And, we are always delighted to work with researchers …

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Hairy Caterpillars

Hairy Caterpillars Hairy caterpillars EUPROCTIS FRATERNA Factors –  a- Defoliation of the mango trees caused by reddish brown, hairy larvae with single tufts on each end. b- Young pupil larvae are covered with whitish hair. c- The moth is bright yellow with darker lines and black dots on forewings. Hosting body – MANGO Identifiable traits …

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Normalized Difference Vegetation Index – NDVI

Normalized Difference Vegetation Index – NDVI It has been quite a long time since scientists and agronomists are using Normalized Difference Vegetation Index (NDVI) to monitor and examine health of crops. The extent and benefits of NDVI have increased manifold with so many earth mapping satellites being launched every year to monitor earth’s surface in …

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Aphids

Aphids Aphids basically belong to Aphidoidea Family. They are small sap-sucking  insects like greenfly and blackfly.  However, they are not harmful to crops in early stage or in small or moderate numbers. Aphid’s infest severe damage to leaves and shoots and also causes damage to plant growth. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. …

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Remote Sensing Blogs

Remote Sensing Blogs Normalized Difference Vegetation Index – NDVI It has been quite a long time since scientists and agronomists are using Normalized Difference Vegetation Index (NDVI) to monitor and examine health of crops. The extent and benefits of NDVI have increased manifold with so many earth mapping satellites being launched every year to monitor …

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Alternaria Blight

Alternaria Blight The symptoms of Alternaria blight usually occur in summer and are depicted by the presence of angular or circular spots of around 4 to 7 mm in diameter. In some bad cases, the spot become 3 cm in diameter. Black lesions are also present on leaves. Leaves can wither and fall on severe infestation. …

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Spreading Success in Cotton Fields with REINHART

Friday, 23 Feb 2024 SPREADING  SUCCESS  IN COTTON FIELDS WITH REINHART SINCE 1788 Introduction Farmonaut’s collaboration with Reinhart in cotton fields has brought about a significant transformation in agricultural practices. By leveraging advanced technology and fostering collaboration, we have grown more cotton and do it more efficiently. Reinhart shared positive feedback about teaming up with …

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AI Based Farm Boundary Detection System

Effortless Field Mapping with FARMONAUT’S AI BOUNDARY DETECTION Lead the Way Introduction We understand the significance of supporting farmers and addressing their needs. We recognize the daily challenges faced by farmers and are dedicated to providing solutions to simplify their lives. Farmonaut’s product has solution that provides farmers with a seamless solution for mapping their …

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Angular Leaf Spot

Angular Leaf Spot Angular Leaf Spots are very easy to  distinguish since the plants suffering from this develop leaf spots that follow leaf veins. It is caused by bacteria such as Pseudomonas syringae (cucurbits) and Xanthomonas fragariae (strawberries) that survive in seeds and plant debris. Symptoms Once water soaked-spots appear on leaves, they spread rapidly when conditions get moist …

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