This project aims to study development of precision agriculture practice in GAP region. Multi-spectral satellite imagery and aerial hyperspectral data along with ground measurements will be collected to analyze data in an information system. Project will study feasibility of precision agriculture application in a pilot area.
In project scope, wheat, corn and cotton products grown in GAP region are analyzed by using aerial hyperspectral data, satellite imagery along with ground measurements. As the result of analyzes, the precision agriculture practice such as disinfection, irrigation, fertilization will be developed. By this means, it will be able to provide increased efficiency by using less input (water, fertilizer and pesticide) in the same agricultural land.
Hyperspectral data cube
Multi-spectral satellite imagery of pilot area
Phenology of Corn and Cotton crops in Harran Plains