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Advances in Monitoring Soil Nutrients by Near Infrared Spectroscopy

Abstract : Soil nutrients play an important role in crop growth, and traditional monitoring methods are still the first choice for high precision measurement. However, it is necessary to have a quicker and simpler way to improve the efficiency of soil nutrient monitoring because of its long monitoring time, pollution and high labor cost. Near infrared spectroscopy has become the focus of its research because of its rapid and pollution-free advantages. At present, using near infrared spectroscopy to distinguish soil types, soil heavy metal pollution technology has become increasingly mature, but the soil nutrients, such as monitoring of soil organic matter, available phosphorus, available potassium, available nitrogen is still in the research stage. This paper reviews the recent research results of soil nutrients in near infrared spectrum monitoring technology based on collation, summary and key technology of common data processing method, and analysis the advantages and disadvantages of different detection methods for soil nutrient direction of near infrared spectroscopy technology put forward suggestions to further research.
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Yan Wang, Bei Cui, Yanhua Zhou, Xiudong Sun. Advances in Monitoring Soil Nutrients by Near Infrared Spectroscopy. 11th International Conference on Computer and Computing Technologies in Agriculture (CCTA), Aug 2017, Jilin, China. pp.94-99, ⟨10.1007/978-3-030-06179-1_10⟩. ⟨hal-02111526⟩



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