Landsat Satellites Find the 'Sweet Spot' for Crops

Landsat Satellites Find the 'Sweet Spot' for Crops

Farmers are using maps created with free data from NASA and the U.S. Geological Survey’s Landsat satellites that show locations that are good and not good for growing crops.

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50 Years, 50 Stories: Inbal Becker-Reshef

I use Landsat data alongside other satellite and field data to map where and when crops like wheat are growing, to analyze different management practices including when crops are planted and harvested, to assess crop health and to forecast end of season yields.

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