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- Segah, Hendrik, et al. Show all 4 Authors
- International journal of remote sensing 2019 v.40 no.19 pp. 7581-7602
- Elaeis guineensis; adults; boron; calcium; chemical analysis; copper; leaves; magnesium; models; multivariate analysis; nitrogen; nutrient content; nutrients; phosphorus; plantations; potassium; prediction; reflectance; remote sensing; spectroradiometers; ultraviolet radiation; wavelengths; zinc; Borneo; Indonesia
- ... Leaf nutrients are needed for oil palm growth and production, and the nutrient contents of oil palm leaves can be determined by the chemical analyses of the number 9 and 17 leaves for young and adult palms, respectively. However, the accurate selection of the proper leaf for sampling is problematic. Remote sensing techniques based on the reflectance values of leaves may easily monitor leaf nutrien ...