Tag Archives: Agriculture

Brandon Batten uses drone to zero in on crop problems and answers

When an image of a field causes a grower to ask more questions, that’s when they can improve. “If you’re questioning what you’re doing, then you are looking for a better way and if you can measure it, you can … Continue reading

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Texas A&M Researchers Using UAVs to ‘Read the Weeds’

Texas A&M AgriLife Research is deploying unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) as part of a project to determine the right tools for early identification and control of weeds. Dr. Muthu Bagavathiannan, an AgriLife Research weed scientist at Texas A&M’s College Station, … Continue reading

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Sheep Adapt Readily to Regular Drone Monitoring, Says Virginia Tech Study

Researchers at Virginia Tech’s College of Agriculture and Life Sciences have been studying the effects of drones on a variety of agricultural implementation, such as microbe analysis, and indeed, how drones affect the behavior of actual livestock such as sheep. … Continue reading

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Drones in Agriculture: How UAVs Make Farming More Efficient

Dronefly just released a new infographic consolidating the most interesting contemporary uses of unmanned aerial vehicles in the field of agriculture. If you’re not familiar with these, have a look at one or two of the previous pieces we reported … Continue reading

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