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The use of information on the structure of citrus trees in forecasting yields


, : The use of information on the structure of citrus trees in forecasting yields. Agriculture and Horticulture 66(6): 723-726

Video camera pictures of the canopy of orange trees were processed to give a uniform dark background with light areas indicating the presence of fruits and flowers and this provided an index which could be used in forecasting the fruit yield. The photograph was taken either by suspending the camera from a balloon above the tree or by mounting the camera on an adjustable stand which is described.

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