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Game of Drones: Farmers Look to Unmanned Aircraft to Monitor Crops

If you’ve wondered how difficult it is to set up and operate an unmanned aerial vehicle, consider the Quantix hybrid drone. You can have it set up and moved to a field to start flying within five minutes, notes Matt … Continue reading

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UAV images help fine-tune crop scouting

Dave Nanda walked to a couple of spots within the Corn Watch ’18 field, which he has been monitoring throughout the season. During his late August visit, he noted considerably more disease lesions than during his previous visit two weeks … Continue reading

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Drone Use in Agriculture Offers Potential

With every passing year, drones become more mainstream. Drones, more accurately known as unmanned aerial vehicles, have always had great potential for use in agriculture to scout fields and spot insect infestations, weed problems and nutrient issues. Experts say it … Continue reading

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Drones Can Help Farmers Grow Healthier and More Abundant Crops

Unmanned aerial vehicles, commonly referred to as drones, can become an important tool for farmers around the world within the next 10 years. Researchers at Texas A&M University in College Station are looking at different applications of precision farming with … Continue reading

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