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World Journal of Engineering
Research and Technology

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An International Peer Reviewed Journal for Engineering Research and Technology

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Shubham Srivastava and Dr. Rajani Srivastava*


Remote sensing in precision agriculture is established with sensors to analyze soil organic matter. Nowadays a variety of spectral indices are available that can be used for various precision agriculture applications. The spatial resolution of various remote sensing images has improved from 100’s of meters to centimeter accuracy, granting assessment of various soil and crop properties but at the expense of increased data storage and processing requirements. In the past, optical remote sensing was used as an integral part of precision agriculture for crop and soil monitoring. However, in the present-day, work is being done on the development of thermal and hyperspectral remote sensing techniques. The applications of remote sensing in agriculture discussed here include soil characteristic mapping, precision farming practices, soil salinity detection, disease and pathogen detection, crop-water stress monitoring, crop monitoring, irrigation scheduling, soil texture analysis, soil moisture detection and soil texture analysis.

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