You can make picture of Phenodata system structure in this part. Phenodata structure consist of four main parts.

1. Geography of the station

Type of area is dependent on the type of plants cover. We observe this types of area:
  • Field area
  • Area with fruit tree
  • Forest area

2. Observed phenology data

2.1. Pheno period of the field crop

Examples of possible observed elements:
  • time when first leafs appears
  • beginning of the flowering period
  • time of buds production

2.2. Phenology period of the fruit-tree

Examples of possible observed elements:
  • bud formation time, budbreak time
  • full flowering time
  • cropping time

2.3. Phenology period of the forest trees species

Examples of possible observed elements:
  • diseases of the field plants
  • plants reaction to the outside condition
  • frost damage on the fruit-tree

3. Products

In this area of the Phenodata product can user specify the data type for export.

Entry examples for this area:
  • week report for crop, specified by observer
  • week report for fruit-tree, specified by observer
  • continuous report for fruit tree
  • year report for tree species

4. Other, system management area

4.1. Classifier geography stations

Entry examples for this area:
  • earth co-ordinate of the country
  • terrain, hillslope orientation
  • angel of slope
  • soil type
  • irrigation

4.2. Phenology classifier

Entry examples for this area:
  • form of fruit-tree
  • humidity conditions
  • soil adjustment
  • fruit-tree age
  • vegetations elements
  • makrorelief
  • level of juridical cover
  • area illumination type
  • plant-cover age