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Spectral luminance of certain agricultural crops






Izvestiya Sibirskogo Otdeleniya Akademii Nauk SSSR Seriya Biologicheskikh Nauk (1): 103-108

Spectral luminance of certain agricultural crops

The technique and the results of measurements of spectral luminance factors of wheat, barley and oats plantations of the central regions of the Krasnoyrsk territory [USSR] are considered. Seasonal changes of spectral luminance factors of the studied cultures were analyzed. Identification of cultures by their spectral luminance factors in the 2nd period of plant vegetation was possible. The dependence of spectral luminance factors of plants on the height of the solstice was established. The period of the day most suitable for measurements of spectral luminance factors was determined.


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