Learning the state of the crop through satellite images is possible thanks to the indices of vigor (NDVI) and chlorophyll (GNDVI) and the satellite image in visible light.

The vigor and chlorophyll indices will help to see how the crop is evolving, while the visible light will serve to verify that the image is free of clouds and to easily identify the particularities of the field (roads, fences, etc.)

By clicking on Crop Status in the left side menu you will access the evolution of the NDVI and GNDVI for the last 12, 15, 18, 21 and 24 months.

In the graph you will see in light blue how the NDVI varied in time. In blue you will see how the GNDVI has changed.

By placing the mouse on top of the graph, you can see exactly how much each index is worth.

You can also select the period you want to analyze in more detail by zooming in on it.

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