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The use of drones are starting to bear fruit in precision agriculture on tasks that have historically been error prone and time consuming.
Mid-season crop health monitoring / scouting using tools and techniques such as Normalized Difference Vegetative Index (NDVI) and near-infrared (NIR) sensors.
Create weed maps indicating areas of high-intensity weed proliferation and areas of healthy crops.
By analyzing NDVI and variable-rate application (VRA) maps to determine the strength of nutrient uptake within a single field, you are able to direct in-season fertilizer applications
Drones are also able to monitor herds, tracking the quantity and activity level of animals day and night.