Testing the capability of spectral resolution of the new multispectral sensors on detecting the severity of grey leaf spot disease in maize crop

Abstract:

In this study, we tested whether GLS field symptoms on maize can be detected using hyperspectral data re-sampled to WorldView-2, Quickbird, RapidEye and Sentinel-2 resolutions. To achieve this objective, Random Forest algorithm was used to classify the 2013 re-sampled spectra to represent the three identified disease severity categories. Results showed that Sentinel-2, with 13 spectral bands, achieved the highest overall accuracy and kappa value of 84% and 0.76, respectively, while the WorldView-2, with eight spectral bands, yielded the second highest overall accuracy and kappa value of 82% and 0.73, respectively. Results also showed that the 705 and 710 nm red edge bands were the most valuable in detecting the GLS for Sentinel-2 and RapidEye, respectively. On the re-sampled WorldView 2 and Quickbird sensor resolutions, the respective 608 and 660 nm in the yellow and red bands were identified as the most valuable for discriminating all categories of infection.
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APA

L, D (2024). Testing the capability of spectral resolution of the new multispectral sensors on detecting the severity of grey leaf spot disease in maize crop. Afribary. Retrieved from https://afribary.com/works/testing-the-capability-of-spectral-resolution-of-the-new-multispectral-sensors-on-detecting-the-severity-of-grey-leaf-spot-disease-in-maize-crop

MLA 8th

L, Dhau "Testing the capability of spectral resolution of the new multispectral sensors on detecting the severity of grey leaf spot disease in maize crop" Afribary. Afribary, 10 Mar. 2024, https://afribary.com/works/testing-the-capability-of-spectral-resolution-of-the-new-multispectral-sensors-on-detecting-the-severity-of-grey-leaf-spot-disease-in-maize-crop. Accessed 21 May. 2024.

MLA7

L, Dhau . "Testing the capability of spectral resolution of the new multispectral sensors on detecting the severity of grey leaf spot disease in maize crop". Afribary, Afribary, 10 Mar. 2024. Web. 21 May. 2024. < https://afribary.com/works/testing-the-capability-of-spectral-resolution-of-the-new-multispectral-sensors-on-detecting-the-severity-of-grey-leaf-spot-disease-in-maize-crop >.

Chicago

L, Dhau . "Testing the capability of spectral resolution of the new multispectral sensors on detecting the severity of grey leaf spot disease in maize crop" Afribary (2024). Accessed May 21, 2024. https://afribary.com/works/testing-the-capability-of-spectral-resolution-of-the-new-multispectral-sensors-on-detecting-the-severity-of-grey-leaf-spot-disease-in-maize-crop