This week we have been scanning some trial sites across Victoria. Although some parts were wet from the recent rain, we were still able to collect the data we needed. We collect the data, process it to give you quantitative measurements to accurately compare various treatments. This can easily scale and saves the research team so much time as well as being able to look back on the previous dataset.

We also captured multi-spectral imagery in order to provide another set of data that can be useful. This includes generating NDVI and NDRE maps in order to provide insight into chlorophyll content and health of the plants.

One of the sites in Victoria

Each of these plots is analysed individually so the results can then be run through statistics software to then add to the research project’s results.