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Drones in agriculture

Farm drones as a part of Your ag business, precision agriculture strategy and success

Drones: The Challenges Overcome

Drones have become extremely popular among smart agriculturalists in a very short space of time. The prospects they present in terms of increased profitability as well as reduced manpower make them an incredibly simple solution to some age-old farming problems. ...

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Weed Control. How drones will save your day!

We have written numerous blog posts about the importance of embracing new technologies and how they can not only make your farm more profitable but also make your life a lot easier. Across rural areas an increasingly common sight is ...

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The Return of Variable Rate

If you were a farmer back in the 90s you’ll remember exactly what variable rate was. Or rather, what is was supposed to be. But it never really materialized. As the world moved through the past 20 years, dragging technology ...

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Are Farmers Really Using Drones?

According to a survey carried out by Drone Life, only a third of farmers have plans to use drones this year. In less developed countries, the number of farmers using drones is undoubtedly even lower. This is all in spite ...

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Drones May Improve Agricultural Practices, Increase Efficiency

The use of drones has evolved from a hobby to military use and now to agriculture. Farmers are using drones to inspect their crops, detect diseases and deliver chemicals. This technology is expected to increase crop yields and save growers ...

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Drones in agriculture: hype or reality

“Drone” is unquestionably one of the largest tech buzzwords at the moment. The term itself is currently known through several different media outlets to be at its “peak of inflated expectations.” However, one industry of the world that currently faces ...

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Drones have evolved into precision agricultural tools

Once a science fiction dream and then used extensively for military surveillance and warfare, small Unmanned Aerial Systems—commonly known as drones—are moving rapidly into daily business and consumer use and poised to become powerful tools for farmers. Drones could revolutionize ...

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