Eric and Megan Wallendal from Wallendal Supply in Grand Marsh, Wisconsin talk about why drones (UAVS) are important to their 3,200 acre farm. The Wallendal’s use their UAVS to look at: stand count, herbicide/weed/disease/pest pressures, and nutrient deficiencies that affect plant and field health. The farm also utilizes a VRT irrigation system which the UAVS verifies by analyzing the irrigation prescriptions, for example, if too much water or not enough water is applied on certain areas of the field. Watch the Wallendal’s video to get more information on the benefits of drones in combating nutrient deficiencies.
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