University of Maryland Extension

Drones as a Scouting Tool

2/26/2020: Drones as a Scouting Tool

While drones are often promoted as tools to manage nutrients or spray for pests, their most immediate use is for scouting crops. The biggest hurdle for most farmers may be which drone to purchase and how to fly. Attend this webinar to learn about drone and camera types, the ease of operation, and when to fly row crops. After this presentation you will be able to make an informed decision on whether drones fit your operation, and the most affordable option to buy.

Presenter: Jarrod Miller, University of Delaware

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http://jarrodmiller.weebly.com/

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