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Vol. 9, Issue 2 (2020)

Assessing agriculture area using geospatial technologies: A case study of part of Gumla district, Jharkhand

Author(s):
Mishra Himanshu, Mukesh Kumar, Ranjan Abhishek, Lakhan Lal Mahato and Satyendra Nath
Abstract:
The present study was carried out to evaluate the agriculture crop using on screen visual interpretation of Landsat image. The study of conducted in part of Gumla District, Jharkhand India. The study area covers overall area of around 96424.75 hectare. Landsat scene recorded on 1st February, 2018 and 29th September 2018 was downloading from USGS website, Image was geometrically and radio metrically corrected. On screen visual interpretation techniques was applied to classified satellite data in different agriculture classes. Using visual interpretation of satellite data seven different aviculture crop is mainly classified i.e. kharif Crop, more than two crop, Rabi crop, Two crop, Current Fallow, other crop and water bodies. It has been found that about of 53.63% of the area is covered by Kharif crop, followed by more than two crop that is 0.61%, Rabi crop 0.24%,Two crop 5.94%, current fallow 15.25%, Other area was found to be 14.99% and also area of water bodies is find to be 9.27%. Different classes were also mapped that is other than agriculture and water Bodies classification scene were adopted according.
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How to cite this article:
Mishra Himanshu, Mukesh Kumar, Ranjan Abhishek, Lakhan Lal Mahato, Satyendra Nath. Assessing agriculture area using geospatial technologies: A case study of part of Gumla district, Jharkhand. Pharma Innovation 2020;9(2):134-137.

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