See your yield grow
Precision farming uses remote sensing to detect variability in soil and crop conditions. Detail-rich imagery lets you actively manage fields and reduce crop inputs. Mitigate risk with localized zone management, lowering your costs to treat insects, diseases, and weeds by eliminating them where they start. Regulate inputs and schedule harvest to maximize your yield. It's a win-win for your bottom line and the environment. Carry our data into your fields on mobile devices to collaborate and make decisions faster.
A farmer finds his corn production ranges from 75 bushels to nearly 200 bushels, often in the same field. Remote sensing identifies localized nutrient deficiencies and enables crop inputs by zone management.
Scheduling irrigation based on weather variables often leads to over-irrigation. Remote sensing tells a farmer how much water a crop is using, which conserves water and cuts costs.
An infestation of soybean cyst nematode is hard to detect with visual inspection of plants. Multispectral imaging detects subtle differences in the canopy enabling localized treatment before it spreads.