So much of precision agriculture – such as precision spraying technology or weed-identifying apps – relies on images.
That’s why PSA and GROW researchers are building a public, open-source repository filled with high-quality images of weeds, cover crops and cash crops, explains Steven Mirsky, a weed ecologist with USDA.
Listen in as he explains what that image collection looks like and what kind of cameras the researchers are using to build this repository.
See more on the GROW and PSA work on digital agriculture projects like this image repository and field mapping tools here: https://growiwm.org/tag/digital-agriculture/.
Video by Claudio Rubione, GROW; Text by Emily Unglesbee, GROW