Herbicide Damage in Cotton

 The seven color image above shows a classified aerial image of a cotton field in northern part of the Mississippi Delta. The image was flown at 12,000 feet with a two-meter resolution.
       A herbicide was accidentally applied over the top while spraying for insects. Spraying was performed with two sprayers. The dark green area (Class 6 & 7) in the classified image is where no herbicide had been applied. The image helped the grower to assess the extent of the damage in this particular field.
       Several other growers have used InTime's imagery for the purpose of assessing damage that had occurred to their crops by hail, incorrect chemical applications, poor germination, etc. The classified image, in conjunction with pictures of their field(s), will greatly benefit growers in their claim of crop damage.

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