Penn State crop educator explores drone-driven crop management

Penn State crop educator explores drone-driven crop management


J. CRAIG WILLIAMS: The potential for drone
use in agriculture is really there’s a lot of potential. One of them is just having the
farmer be able to look straight down on his field. Whether he sees patterns in the plant
growth or the way they took up nutrients, or maybe it’s a planting pattern, but he can’t
see that looking across the field. So that ability to look down on the field is a great
opportunity for the farmers to look at their field from a different angle.

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