Bulletin 1254-3
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Digital photography can be readily applied in crop diagnostics. In documenting crop damages for example, growers may need to take a series of pictures to better illustrate the specific problem and provide sufficient information for diagnosis. Additionally, the higher the quality of the pictures, the higher the chances of accurate and rapid diagnosis of the problem. Proper contrast and color are essential in diagnosing some nutritional imbalances, for example. For optimal results in obtaining the best digital photographs, here are some simple rules to follow.

Status and Revision History
Published on Oct 15, 2005
Published on Feb 27, 2009
Published with Full Review on Feb 13, 2012
Published with Full Review on Feb 17, 2015

Bodie V. Pennisi Professor; Areas of Interest: Commercial landscape, Horticulture Paul A. Thomas Professor; Areas of Interest: Floriculture, Horticulture
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