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Detection and Differentiation between Laurel Wilt Disease, Phytophthora Disease, and Salinity Damage Using a Hyperspectral Sensing Technique

AuthorsAbdulridha, Jaafar; Ehsani, Reza; Castro, Ana Isabel de
KeywordsLaurel wilt
Spectroradiometer
Hyperspectral classification
Remote sensing
Multilayer perceptron
Issue Date27-Oct-2016
PublisherMolecular Diversity Preservation International
CitationAgriculture 6(4): 56 (2016)
AbstractLaurel wilt (Lw) is a fatal disease. It is a vascular pathogen and is considered a major threat to the avocado industry in Florida. Many of the symptoms of Lw resemble those that are caused by other diseases or stress factors. In this study, the best wavelengths with which to discriminate plants affected by Lw from stress factors were determined and classified. Visible-near infrared (400–950 nm) spectral data from healthy trees and those with Lw, Phytophthora, or salinity damage were collected using a handheld spectroradiometer. The total number of wavelengths was averaged in two ranges: 10 nm and 40 nm. Three classification methods, stepwise discriminant (STEPDISC) analysis, multilayer perceptron (MLP), and radial basis function (RBF), were applied in the early stage of Lw infestation. The classification results obtained for MLP, with percent accuracy of classification as high as 98% were better than STEPDISC and RBF. The MLP neural network selected certain wavelengths that were crucial for correctly classifying healthy trees from those with stress trees. The results showed that there were sufficient spectral differences between laurel wilt, healthy trees, and trees that have other diseases; therefore, a remote sensing technique could diagnose Lw in the early stage of infestation.
Publisher version (URL)http://doi.org/10.3390/agriculture6040056
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/157773
DOI10.3390/agriculture6040056
E-ISSN2077-0472
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