NDVI analysis of crops

NDVI (Normalized Difference Vegetation Index) analysis is known as one of the cutting-edge technologies widely implemented in the realm of electronic agriculture.

Given technology allows us to the introduce, and further enroot of modern agro-technologies by analyzing the features, topography and agrochemical composition and structure of agricultural land. Thus, this method can be characterized as a peculiar tool aimed at increasing the yield of crop areas, reducing production costs, protecting the environment and increasing general productivity.

The very purpose of surveying the agricultural area is to let the farmers get acquainted with those details that are not visible on the surface, and also, to save their time, which accounts for one of the most crucial issues in our days. By utilizing the NDVI analysis on a regular basis, one can observe the dynamics of changes occurring in the agricultural area, as well as determine the productivity and fertility of land. NDVI technology is widely used as an input in quantitative evaluation of the state of vegetation cover, too. It is worth noting that NDVI characterizes the density of vegetation cover, which allows botanists and soil scientists to assess the state of budding and growth of plants, as well as the crop yield of the land.

By means of the Normalized Difference Vegetation Index (NDVI), specialists are able to:
Make a quantitative assessment of the vegetation cover (both of the entire land plot and its individual parts);
Calculate land’s fertility;
Assess the budding and growth levels of plants;
Analyze the crop yield (fertility) )of the land.