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MKC brings state-of-the-art drone tech to Kansas farmers

MKC is flying a fully-automated unmanned aerial vehicle — also known as a drone — on 500 acres just west of Moundridge. The drone lives on the farm inside a large box. Right now, there is an engineer monitoring the … Continue reading

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Five Facts You Need to Know About Aerial Application and UAVs

Over the last few years, the National Agricultural Aviation Association has consistently needed to set the record straight about inaccurate and/or misleading claims made about how UAV technology can act as a wholesale replacement to manned aircraft applying crop protection … Continue reading

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Are drones the future for Georgia’s farmers?

Georgia farmers could be going high-tech. Researchers at the University of Georgia are looking at new ways to help farmer’s analyze their fields with the help of drones. These unmanned aerial vehicles, or UAV’s, aren’t a brand-new technology and a … Continue reading

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UAV-IQ Rolls out Drone-Based Pest Management Service for Farms

UAV-IQ has introduced aerial biocontrol, an integrated pest management service that uses drones to release beneficial biological control agents bred by Koppert Biological Systems. UAV-IQ, which stands for Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Intelligence, is a veteran-owned agriculture technology company specializing in … Continue reading

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