Hyperspectral insight provides early warning of threatening crop disease

New project funded by Department of Agriculture, Water and the Environment (DAWE) uses hyperspectral technology @HyperSensLab, University of Melbourne, for early warning of crop disease for Australia’s Xylella preparedness. In collaboration with Mallee Regional Innovation Centre (MRIC) and Instituto de Agricultura Sostenible, CSIC.

At the University of Melbourne, Professor Pablo Zarco-Tejada (@ZarcoTejada) is leading a biosecurity project for DAWE using hyperspectral and thermal imaging to develop models to detect Xylella in Australian olive and almond orchards to protect against an outbreak.


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