Change detection analysis of Cropland using Geospatial technique -A case Study of Narsinghpur District
U. Renu, N. R.K., A. M.K., and T. Y.K.. International Journal of Environment, Agriculture and Biotechnology (IJEAB)(ISSN: 2456-1878)2 (4):
Access to accurate and up-to-date information on the extent and distribution of individual crop types, associated with land use changes and practices, has significant value in intensively agricultural regions. Explicit information of croplands can be useful for sustainable water resources, land and agriculture planning and management. Remote sensing, has been proven to be a more cost-effective alternative to the traditional statistically-based ground surveys for crop coverage areas that are costly and provide insufficient information. Satellite images along with ground surveys can provide the necessary information of spatial coverage and spectral responses of croplands for sustainable agricultural management. This study strives to differentiate different crop types and agricultural practices to achieve a higher detailed crop map of the Narsinghpur district.