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

The vigor and chlorophyll indices (with their variants MSAVI2, NDRE and NDWI) will help to see how the crop is evolving, while the visible light will help to check that the image is free of clouds and to easily identify those particularities of the field (roads, grain silos, field boundaries, etc.).

By clicking on "Crop Status" in the left side menu you will access the evolution of NDVI, GNDVI, MSAVI2, NDRE and NDWI indices for the last 12, 15, 18, 21, 24, 36 months and up to the last 5 years (historical).

In the graph you will see how the indices varied over time and analyze their behavior to evaluate the performance of fields or of a crop in different fields. To learn about the differences between NDVI and GNDVI, click here.

By placing the mouse on the graph, you will be able to see exactly how much each index is worth:

It is also possible to zoom in on a period to see it in detail:

Then, you will be able to download the Crop Status in an Excel spreadsheet to analyze the evolution in a quick and easy way.

Watch the step by step in the following video:


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