RICE BLAST DISEASE PREDICTION USING INTEGRATED SMOTE WITH MULTILAYER PERCEPTRON (2023)
J. David Livingston, R. Sreeja, P. Likitha, R. Manasa JCR. 2023: 164-173
Agriculture is the primary source of income for the major population of India. Agriculture generates 17% of the total GDP of India and India is the second-largest producer of rice and wheat. Rice (Oryza sativa) is a major food crop for many parts of India. India has the largest area under rice cultivation; hence rice is the important crop of the country. Rice is such a major cereal crop, which provides 20% of total energy and leads as the main food for more than 50% of the world's population. Rice production has been challenged by recent changes in crop production technologies, that also has impact on disease occurrence. Thus, crop management includes extensive use of fertilization, repeated flooding increases the disease problem, increased monoculture of rice helps in support of pathogens from one crop to another crop. The Rice crop in India has affected by many pathogens. Among 36 rice diseases, rice blast is the disease caused by Magnaporthe Oryae, is the major destructive disease of paddy crop. This disease having significant threat to the production of paddy crops all over the country. Rice blast continues to be a cryptic problem in several rice-growing regions (tropical and temporal) where the pathogen spreads exponentially and is difficult to manage by the farmers and thus reduces yield of paddy crop in the field.
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