This summer time I have been utilizing a quadcopter (UAV) to see how this tool can be handy not just to me as an agronomist, but how it could advantage the everyday farmer as effectively. One of our interns, Kalen, has been checking out this identical problem though using his UAV at our Practical Farm Research (PFR)® facility in London, OH.
We really encourage you to check out this week’s video clip to understand more about our investigate with UAVs!
At the commencing I was quite skeptical if UAVs could get paid their maintain on a farm. But as we have been conducting this investigate, I have discovered that UAVs have helped us carry out items we couldn’t do just before and have also helped us be more efficient and productive! However I’m not the natural way a “techy” particular person, I have been extensively impressed with the high-quality of images, films and information we have been ready to assemble from our UAVs.
At Beck’s, we have an skilled on staff members to response any queries our buyers could have on UAV know-how. Jim Appreciate has a good handle on what works and what does not when it comes to UAVs, and has a great amount of money of knowledge on how they can be valuable for farming operations. Jim is an outstanding source for any questions you may possibly have regarding the know-how, the various items of machines accessible and how best to use them on your farm.
If you have any questions on UAVs or would like more facts, you can e mail Jim Appreciate, UAV Manager and Herbicide Specialist, at [email protected] or by cell phone at 317-694-2749.
Have a wonderful 7 days!
Alex Johnson | Industry Agronomist
For additional Agronomic Information from Alex Johnson, certified crop adviser and Field Agronomist, be sure to stop by his Agronomy Page at beckshybrids.com.