11 Sep Infographic: What is NDVI?
What is NDVI? This NDVI infographic visually illustrates the plant health index and the underlying processes.
In simple terms, NDVI, or normalized difference vegetation index, is a measurement of plant health based on how a plant reflects light at specific frequencies. Healthy plants reflect a large amount of near-infrared (NIR) light, while unhealthy plants absorb more near-infrared light.
Want to dig deeper?
Check out these blog posts on NDVI:
- What is NDVI?
- NDVI and Your Farm: Understanding NDVI for Plant Health Insights
- TrueNDVI vs. Synthetic NDVI Explained
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