|Title:||Ladybird Cobbitty 2017 Brassica Dataset|
|Abstract:||This data set contains weekly scans of cauliflower and broccoli covering a ten week growth cycle from transplant to harvest. The data set includes ground-truth, physical characteristics of the crop; environmental data collected by a weather station and a soil-senor network; and scans of the crop performed by an autonomous agricultural robot, which include stereo colour, thermal and hyperspectral imagery. The crop were planted at Lansdowne Farm, a University of Sydney agricultural research and teaching facility. Lansdowne Farm is located in Cobbitty, a suburb 70km south-west of Sydney in New South Wales (NSW), Australia. Four 80 metre raised crop beds were prepared with a North-South orientation. Approximately 144 Brassica were planted in each bed. Cauliflower were planted in the first and third bed (from west to east). Broccoli were planted in the second and fourth beds.|
|Type of Work:||Dataset|
|Type of Publication:||Publisher version|
|Appears in Collections:||Research Papers and Publications. Engineering and Information Technologies|
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