COJ Reviews & Research

Revolutionizing Vegetable Crop Management with High-Throughput Non-Destructive Phenotyping and Remote Sensing Technologies

  • Open or CloseDeepti Joshi1 and Mallikarjuna KN2*

    1PhD student from Division of Agricultural Physics at Indian Agricultural Research Institute, India

    2PhD student from Department of Vegetable science at Navsari Agricultural University, India

    *Corresponding author:Mallikarjuna KN, PhD student from Department of Vegetable science at Navsari Agricultural University, Navsari, India

Submission: October 31, 2023; Published: December 05, 2023

DOI: 10.31031/COJRR.2022.04.000596

ISSN: 2639-0590
Volume4 Issue5


In the coming decades, modern agriculture will face challenges due to population growth, climate change, sustainability demands, and quality expectations. To address these challenges, efficient resource management and innovative crop enhancement methods are essential. Precision phenotyping, aimed at assessing crop traits and selecting superior genotypes, is a primary focus for geneticists and breeders. Despite significant advances in genetics and genomics, a “phenotyping bottleneck” limits the utilization of genetic resources. Comprehensive phenotypic characterization is labor intensive and often inaccessible to many research groups. To overcome this bottleneck, high-throughput, accurate phenotyping is crucial. Remote sensing technologies are gaining interest for characterizing agronomic traits, and it’s anticipated that the development of efficient phenotyping strategies will parallel genomics innovation in the next decade, ushering in a new era of digital agriculture..

Keywords:Remote sensing; Imaging techniques; Hyperspectral imaging

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