Ginger Ninja: Automating disease detection in seed ginger stock
Pests and diseases pose a significant production concern to most ginger growers and are a constant threat to yields. Fusarium, in particular, is a key threat to ginger seed stock as it can be spread through soil from infected plant material. This project pilots the development of an automated vision system for pest and disease management that is capable of robustly identifying signs of Fusarium in seed ginger stock. The greater intent is to achieve automation for sorting diseased from non-diseased ginger.
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