Soybean canopy reflectance as influenced by cultural practices ( West Lafayette, Indiana).

M. E. Bauer, J. C. Kollenkark, C. S T Daughtry

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Abstract

Experiments were conducted at West Lafayette, Indiana in 1978 and 1979 to study the reflectance factor of soybean canopies as affected by differences in row width, population, planting date, cultivar and soil type. Reflectance factor data were acquired throughout the growing season with a Landsat-band radiometer. The results indicate that row width, planting date, and cultivar influence the percent soil cover, leaf area index, and biomass present, which are in turn related to the multispectral reflectance. -from NASA Abstract E82-10105

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationUnknown Host Publication Title
PublisherPurdue University, Lafayette, IN, Laboratory for Applications of Remote Sensing, LARS-021781
StatePublished - 1981

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    Bauer, M. E., Kollenkark, J. C., & Daughtry, C. S. T. (1981). Soybean canopy reflectance as influenced by cultural practices ( West Lafayette, Indiana). In Unknown Host Publication Title Purdue University, Lafayette, IN, Laboratory for Applications of Remote Sensing, LARS-021781.