Pl@ntNet app – plant identificaton from a picture


Pl@ntNet app is a tool, which helps the user to identify plants with pictures. It is organized in different thematic and geographical floras. The user can choose the one that corresponds to his/her region or area of interest from the available list. If the user does not know what to choose, he/she can select “World flora”, which has the widest coverage but will give less accurate results than a more focused flora. Then, the user needs to provide the solution with quality images.

The app is a result of the Pl@ntNet project, which is governed by a consortium composed of four research organizations: the French agricultural research and international cooperation organization (CIRAD), the National Institute for Research in Digital Science and Technology (Inria), the National Research Institute for Agriculture, Food and Environment (INRAE) and the Institute for Research and Development (IRD) as well as the Agropolis Foundation. The management of the consortium is part of the InriaSOFT program, which aims to perpetuate the digital achievements of Inria and its partners. Since 2021, Pl@ntNet’s governance is open to other members such as research organizations, local authorities, public governance bodies or natural areas managers.

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Source(s): Pl@ntNet project website,, Accessed on 15.01.2024