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Estimation for N Fertilizer Application Rate and Rice (Oriza sativa L.) Biomass by Ground-based Remote Sensors
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Estimation for N Fertilizer Application Rate and Rice (Oriza sativa L.) Biomass by Ground-based Remote Sensors
Shim, Jae-Sig; Lee, Joeng-Hwan; Shin, Su-Jung; Hong, Soon-Dal;
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 Abstract
A field experiment was conducted to selection of ground-based remote sensor and reflectance indices to estimate rice production, estimation of suitable season for ground-based remote sensor and N top dressing fertilizer application rate in 2010. Fertilizer application was determined by "Fertilizer management standard for crops" (National Academy of Agricultural Science, 2006). Four levels of N-fertilizer were applied as 0%, 70%, 100% and 130% by base N-fertilizer application and were fertilized as 70% of basal dressing and 30% as top dressing. Rice (Oryza sativa L.) of Chucheong and Joonam (Korean cultivar) were planted on May 22, 2010 in sandy loam soil and harvested on October 6, 2010. Reflectance indices were measured 7 times from July 5 to August 23 by Crop circle-amber and red version and GreenSeeker-green and red version. Remote sensing angle from the sensor head to the canopy of rice was adjusted to , and degree because of difference in the density of plant and the sensing angle. The reflectance indices obtained ground-based remote sensor were correlated with the biomass of rice at the early growth stage and at the harvest with and degree of sensor angle. The reflectance indices at the 52th Day After Transplanting (DAT) and the 59th DAT, critical season, were positively correlated with dry weight and nitrogen uptake. Specially NDVI at the 59th was significantly correlated with the mentioned parameters. Based on the result of this study, rNDVI by GreenSeeker on degree of angle at the 59th DAT in Chucheong and rNDVI by Crop Circle on degree of angle and gNDVI by GreenSeeker on degree of angle at the 59th DAT in Joonam can be useful for estimation of dry weight and nitrogen uptake. Moreover, sufficiency index estimated by reflectance index at the 59th DAT can be useful for the estimation of N-fertilizer level application and can be used as a model for N-top dressing fertilizer management.
 Keywords
Remote sensing;rNDVI;gNDVI;aNDVI;Sufficiency index (SI);
 Language
Korean
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