ANALYSING THE GROWTH CONDITION OF HAZEL MUSHROOM BASE ON THE DATE OF LANDSAT 8 AND THE PLATFORM OF ENVI
- Guilin University of Technology, College of Geomatics and Geoinformation, 541006, Guilin, China
Keywords: Armillariella mellea, Remote Sensing, Artificial cultivation, Atmospheric Correction, LST, TVDI
Abstract. Armillariella mellea mainly distributes in Changbai Mountain forest area, which is one of the few edible fungi that can be cultured artificially. It contains a variety of essential amino acids and vitamins for human body. Frequent consumption can strengthen the body immunity. It is of great significance to analyze the growth environment of Armillariella mellea by remote sensing technology for its growth prediction and artificial cultivation research. Based on ENVI software and Landsat 8 image, the surface temperature and soil moisture in Xiao Hinggan Mountains in August 2014 were retrieved by the method of atmospheric correction and TVDI, and the optimum growth environment of Armillariella mellea was analyzed. The results are as follows: 1) The optimum growth temperature of Armillariella mellea is 25–30 °C, and the soil moisture condition is 0.4–0.6. The Armillariella mellea mainly distributes in the north-central part of the study area. Combined with other growth environment information, the study area is generally suitable for the growth of Armillariella mellea; 2) we found the Armillariella mellea around the area of 83 samples of 100 samples which were choose to analyse. The accuracy is higher; 3) It is feasible to obtain the optimum growth environment of Hazelnut mushroom by remote sensing technology.