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A study on the growth diagnosis system for tomato
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 Title & Authors
A study on the growth diagnosis system for tomato
Lee, ChangYeol;
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 Abstract
This study is on the development of the growth diagnosis system for tomato. We defined the key index which affect to the growth of the tomato. Using the key index, we can make a diagnosis the status of the growth and take action to tomato. The index consists of Measure Index(MI) which is used to confirm the status of the tomato using the continuous growth check and Period Index(PI) which decide to the step whether vegetation period or reproductive growth period of the tomato. The system supports MI and PI recording module using the observation diary. In case of MI, the diagnosis is the result of the comparing work with the observed data and the standard value of MI. A a result of diagnosis, the system provides the action information. The system implemented to extend to the other plants. Using the system, Farms may be expected to enhance the productivity.
 Keywords
growth diagnosis;observation diary;reproductive growth period;tomato;vegetation period;
 Language
Korean
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