Interested in drone flying?


Precise magazine out early December, reports on the recent Drone Conference held at Harper Adams University, Shropshire.

The article gets to grips with the best way to get started, looks at practical ways drones can help deliver bottom line improvements and the agronomist’s role in manging data.

The potential for drone use is opening up a wide range of other options for use in perennial crops, and if used carefully, also in polytunnels. Mike Stoker, agromist and fruit and horticultural specialist with Yara talks about how leaf area population is directly linked to yield and how an investment in aerial mapping and supporting software can be put to good use.

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