World population growth and desertification are the most severe issue to agricultural food production. Smart agriculture is a promising solution to ensure food security. The use of sensors to monitor crop production can help farmers improve the yield and reduce water consumption. Here we propose a study where the electrical impedance of green plants' stem is analyzed in vivo, along with environmental conditions. In particular, the variations associated with the daily cycle are highlighted. These analyses lead to the possibility of understanding plant status directly from stem impedance.

Analysis of in Vivo Plant Stem Impedance Variations in Relation with External Conditions Daily Cycle / Garlando, U.; Bar-On, L.; Ros, P. M.; Sanginario, A.; Calvo, S.; Martina, M.; Avni, A.; Shacham-Diamand, Y.; Demarchi, D.. - ELETTRONICO. - (2021), pp. 1-5. ((Intervento presentato al convegno 2021 IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems (ISCAS) tenutosi a Daegu, Korea nel 22-28 May 2021 [10.1109/ISCAS51556.2021.9401242].

Analysis of in Vivo Plant Stem Impedance Variations in Relation with External Conditions Daily Cycle

U. Garlando;P. M. Ros;A. Sanginario;S. Calvo;M. Martina;D. Demarchi
2021

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World population growth and desertification are the most severe issue to agricultural food production. Smart agriculture is a promising solution to ensure food security. The use of sensors to monitor crop production can help farmers improve the yield and reduce water consumption. Here we propose a study where the electrical impedance of green plants' stem is analyzed in vivo, along with environmental conditions. In particular, the variations associated with the daily cycle are highlighted. These analyses lead to the possibility of understanding plant status directly from stem impedance.
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