Applications of Remote Sensing and Crop Modeling in High-Throughput Plant Phenotyping and Climate-Resilient Cropping Systems

September 2023 | 3 min., 57 sec.
by Bishnu Ghimire
Texas Tech University

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​This presentation shares research on identifying and assessing sustainable and profitable climate-resilient cropping systems using crop model and precision agriculture technology. Within-field cotton yield variability was predicted using DSSAT for decision support in precision agriculture, and unmanned aerial systems were used for high-throughput cotton maturity phenotyping.

About the Presenter

Bishnu GhimireBishnu Ghimire is a PhD student on the research team of Wenxuan Guo in the Department of Crop Ecophysiology and Precision Agriculture at Texas Tech University.

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