Suraiya Yasmin 1*, Masum Billah 1
1Department of Computer Science and Information Technology, Faculty of Agriculture, Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman Agricultural University, Gazipur-1706, Dhaka, Bangladesh
(Manuscript received 6 February 2023; accepted for publication 1 December 2023)
Abstract. Digital image processing involves the manipulation of images by digital means, and its use has been increasing exponentially in recent decades. It is applied in a diverse range of fields including medicine, remote sensing, robotic vision, and audiovisual processing. Image processing technologies are widely used as a proficient tool in the agriculture sector. The combination of digital image processing and machine learning not only provides new insights into crop health and environmental circumstances, but also helps farmers reach timely and precise decisions. Using machine learning methods, this study examines digital image processing applications in agriculture, focusing on plant disease identification, fruit quality evaluation, weed detection, yield mapping, and robotic harvesting, to other issues. In essence, this study integrates existing knowledge at the interface of digital image processing, machine learning, and agriculture, providing insights into a promising and growing topic with significant implications for sustainable and resilient food production.