Someone who has done it points out benefits, challenges and a possible future fit for spraying with unmanned aerial vehicles.
Soybean Watch: That spot in the field is light green because it's thistles, not soybeans.
Drone camera technologies are advancing.
Corn Illustrated: You can walk a field all day and miss what you can see in minutes from the air.
Hi-Tech Farming: Many of these don’t represent new technology — they’re familiar active ingredients under different names.
Slideshow: Beck’s Ohio research farm shows off aerial innovations, fast planting techniques and more.
Weed scientists say weed identification and mapping among drone uses
The National Agricultural Aviation Association welcomes UAVs, and shares the facts about manned aerial application
Slideshow: NDSU researchers demonstrated an experimental UAS sprayer at a recent field day event.
Drones offer potential for checking pastures, locating and counting cattle, and more.