Data for: Measuring and modelling of apple flower stigma temperature as a step towards improved fire blight prediction

Published: 10-09-2020| Version 4 | DOI: 10.17632/4dg2c9vzft.4
Sébastien Rougerie-Durocher


Thermal_Imagery_Data.csv is the processed data for the infrared thermograph on flower temperatures. - The column IR_Temperature indicates the infrared temperature (in Celcius). - The column Mounted_Thermocouple is either a number or a nan. When it is a number, it refers to the thermocouple that was measuring the same flower at the time of the thermal photograph. - The column Cloud_Cover indicates the cloud cover at the time of sampling (C for cloudy, S for sunny, M for mixed, N for night). - The column ID is to distinguish each flower. Weather_Station_Data.csv is the raw weather data taken by the weather station within the orchard - Data is for 2018 and 2019, from May 1 to July 1 - The columns Max_Temperature, Min_Temperature, Mean_Temperature all refer to the hourly maximum, minimum and mean temperature recorded at the station - The columns with the added sufix "Lag" indicates that it is the data from the previous hour. - The column Cloud_Cover is to indicate the cloud cover at each hour (C for cloudy, S for sunny, N for night) Thermocouple_Data.csv is the processed thermocouple data taken from the stationnary thermocouples for both 2018 and 2019 - Each number in paranthese (ex : Temp_C_Avg(1)) designates a specific thermocouple - The columns with "Avg" are for the 5-min average temperature data, the columns with "Min" are for the 5-min minimum temperature recorded data and the columns with "Max" are for the 5-min maximum temperature recorded data. - When there is no data means that there was no recording at that time or that it was removed because the thermocouple was detached from the flower.