Header Ads Widget

Ticker

6/recent/ticker-posts

Download Plantix - Your Crop Doctor Useful For Farmers



વોટ્સએપ ગ્રુપમાં જોડાવા ➙

ક્લિક કરો

Download Plantix - Your Crop Doctor

WELCOME TO WWW.KAMALKING.IN EDUCATIONAL AND LATEST JOBS UPDATES PORTAL SINCE 2012.

Heal your Crops and Reap Higher Yields with the Plantix App!

Plantix turns your Android phone into a mobile crop doctor with which you can accurately detect pests and diseases on crops within seconds. Plantix serves as a complete solution for crop production and management.

download this application

The Plantix app covers 30 major crops and detects 400+ plant damages — just by clicking a photo of a sick crop. It’s available in 18 languages and has been downloaded more than 10 million times. This makes Plantix the #1 agricultural app for damage detection, pest and disease control, and yield improvement for farmers worldwide.

What Plantix Offers

🌾 Heal Your Crop:
Detect pests and diseases on crops and get recommended treatments

⚠️ Disease Alerts:
Be the first to know when a disease is about to strike in your district

💬 Farmer Community:
Ask crop-related questions and get answers from 500+ community experts

💡 Cultivation Tips:
Follow effective agricultural practices throughout your whole crop cycle

⛅ Agri Weather Forecast:
Know the best time to weed, spray and harvest

🧮 Fertilizer Calculator:
Calculate fertilizer demands for your crop based on the plot size

download this application

Diagnose and Treat Crop Issues
Whether your crops are suffering from a pest, disease or nutrient deficiency, just by clicking a picture of it with the Plantix app you will get a diagnosis and suggested treatments within seconds.

અન્ય ઉપયોગી એપ્લિકેશન ડાઉનલોડ કરવા માટે અહીં ક્લિક કરો

Get Your Questions Answered By Experts
Whenever you have questions concerning agriculture, reach out to the Plantix community! Benefit from agricultural experts’ know-how or help fellow farmers with your experience. The Plantix community is the largest social network of farmers and agricultural experts worldwide.

Heal your Crops and Reap Higher Yields with the Plantix App!

એપ ડાઉનલોડ કરવા માટે નીચેની લિંક પર ક્લિક કરો
download this application

Boost Your Yield
Get the most out of your crops by following effective agricultural practices and applying preventive measures. The Plantix app gives you an action plan with cultivation tips for your whole crop cycle.

MOBILE APP TO HELP FARMERS OVERCOME CROP DAMAGE

Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu launches Plantix app at Vijayawada on Thursday. Photo: ICRISAT

An innovative multi-lingual plant disease and pest diagnostic ‘Plantix’ app, available on farmers’ mobile phones helps them identify pests and diseases and suggests remedies.

The app was launched by the Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh N Chandrababu Naidu in Vijayawada, India on 25 May.

Farmers take pictures of the affected crop and upload them on the app. The photographs are analyzed using artificial intelligence algorithms. The results are then returned immediately to the farmer. Critical information on symptoms, triggers, chemicals as well as biological treatments are provided. All pictures sent using the app, are geo-tagged thereby enabling real-time monitoring of pest and diseases. The resulting metadata provides valuable insights into the spatial distribution of cultivated crops and most significant plant diseases e.g., in the form of high resolution maps. Furthermore, the app encompasses a weather information system specific to the farmers’ location and a community feature that facilitates interaction with other actors interested in plant protection services.

Currently the database has half a million pictures covering 30 crops worldwide and offers remedies for over 120 crop diseases. Mr Chandra Mohan Reddy, a farmer from Chagantipadu village in Krishna district said, “Every time there were pests in our field, we would go to the fertilizer dealer for help. The dealer would suggest remedies using a combination of 3-4 types of pesticides based on their experience. However, results were not guaranteed, and while sometimes the recommendation worked, often it didn’t. Now with this app, we can find reliable advice at the click of a button.”

According to Simone Strey, CEO, Progressive Environmental & Agricultural Technologies (PEAT), “The early recognition and tailor-made treatment plans for every plant damage are particularly important for farmers’ success and these are the main advantages of Plantix..

Abstract

Agricultural extension systems are stretched beyond physical limits while assisting farmers during crop production in the developing world. Information and Communication Technologies are booming worldwide with the introduction of mobile applications in smart phones. Progressive Environment Agriculture Technologies (PEAT), a German startup company developed a mobile application ‘Plantix’ that assists in detecting damage on plants with the help of a smart phone image. Mobile internet connectivity enables uploading of image (time and geo-tagged) to a cloud based server where machine learning based algorithms are used to process the optical patterns and detect the diseases. This information is conveyed back to the user within few seconds along with suggested knowledge on disease management including biological and chemical control methods. Plantix is presently downloaded by more than 0.520 million users and has an image data base of over 2 million plant damages. Plantix is trained on more than 250 plant damages including diseases, pests and nutrient disorders. Accuracy in identification relies on building a robust data base for every disease through image tagging performed by subject matter experts. For over 100 classes the detection accuracy of plantix is over 90 %, however in some cases like early and late leaf spots of peanut an accuracy of over 95 % (15,000 images) is witnessed. It has been observed that accuracy of detection depends upon quality of data set that increases with rise in number of independent images. There is potential in enhancing detection accuracy and include more plant damages and then the challenge to decipher disease complexes.