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Crop monitoring and condition assessment

Crop monitoring and condition assessment

Crop monitoring and condition assessment in the early growing stage are essential for crop monitoring and crop yield prediction. Various satellite images were used to evaluate crop conditions by inter-annual comparisons of both spatial variability (using NDVI, LSWI images) and seasonal dynamics (based on crop condition profiles). In this phase, we anticipate that CSE will focus on the larger Peanut Basin of Central Senegal to control the number of environments to be investigated and improve the performance of crop type mapping algorithms, and in relation with the PCU and NASA-SCO will intensify interactions with the service’s Community of Practice with a focus on Senegal’s DAPSA (Directorate of Analysis, Forecasting and Agricultural Statistics) as a target next user of these products.

Agriculture and food security (AFS)

Agriculture is the base of the economy of West Africa, which, as the World Bank asserts, provides livelihoods for most of the vulnerable population..

Land use land cover change and ecosystems (LUE)

Landscape management is associated with major challenges and opportunities throughout West Africa..

Water and water-related disasters (WRD)

Water scarcity and excess are the major constraints to sustainable livelihoods in the Sahel and West Africa. They usually result in floods and droughts..

Weather and climate (WAC)

West Africa is prone to high variability in seasonal weather. This is exacerbated by climate change, which increases the severity and frequency of this variation. Traditional means..

Financial instruments (FIS)

Financial Instruments (FIS) is a new service area proposed by SERVIR West Africa for 2022-2027 to build EO services that leverage stakeholders’ access to financial resources across..

Contact

c/o ICRISAT West and Central Africa Region Hub,
Samanko Station, Route de la Guinée,
P.O. Box 320, Bamako, Mali
info-servir@icrisat.org

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