Multispectral surveying is used in agriculture to determine the quality of vegetation on the earth's surface and alter vegetation indicators.
The result of the multispectral survey and following processing are maps of vegetation indices (NDVI, SAVI, etc.). This information will help to determine data on the physical and chemical properties of farmland:
The data obtained in the course of multispectral surveying will improve the quality of agricultural products, control agricultural work, assess the condition of the soil, and draw up maps of differentiated fertilization. Analysis of multispectral data helps to identify areas infested with diseases or pests.