Dynamics of the indices NDVI and GNDVI in a rice growing in its reproduction phase from multi-spectral aerial images taken by drones
García Cárdenas, Diego Alejandro
Ramón Valencia, Jacipt Alexander
Alzate Velásquez, Diego Fernando
Palacios Gonzalez, Jordi Rafael
In this study, the dynamics of two vegetation indices, the normalized differential vegetative index (NDVI) and the variant of the NDVI that uses the green band (GNDVI) in a rice growing of the variety fedearroz 2000 in reproduction phase, are analyzed. These indices were calculated through the geoprocessing of multi-spectral aerial images taken by a drone or UAVs, with the aim of identifying which zones of the crops are under stress, healthy or dense. The rice growing had an area of approximately 4,1 hectares and its location corresponds to the farm El Faro in the footpath Campo Hermoso within the municipal district of San José de Cúcuta – Norte de Santander. For this research, two flights were carried out, one at the beginning of the reproduction phase dated September 4th 2016 and the second one at the end corresponding to October 8th 2016; these flights were performed with a Iris+ 3DR drone, a canon S100 camera was implemented as a catch images sensor converted into NDVI by using a NGB filter (Near infrared, Green and Blue). As a result, 4 mosaics are shown, one NDVI and one GNDVI on September 4th 2016 and one NDVI and one GNDVI on October 8th 2016, each one of them were classified according to the characteristics observed in field in zones under stress or with low development, healthy and dense zones. Finally, a NDVI dynamic analysis was completed.
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