Using Drones to Find Drainage Pipes

To improve the soil water removal efficiency of drained farmland, and thereby increase crop yields, new drain lines are often installed between pre-existing drain lines. This requires accurate maps of the drainage pipe that is already in place.

Why Narrow Bands Matter

Advancements like nutrient monitoring and early disease detection are only possible using precise, repeatable measurements. To generate such measurements, a multispectral camera must be a "narrow band" camera.

Understanding Which Fields Are Ready for Planting with AgMRI

Thermal imagery is a game of correlation: we use long-wave infrared radiation to give us insights on the temperature profile of the field, but we can also make correlations to other weather-sensitive metrics such as grain moisture and anaerobic zones.

Mapping Potassium Deficiency: Table Grapes in the San Joaquin Valley

Growers know their crop and the pitfalls that diminish yield quality and quantity. Walking the field garners valuable information, but not all problems are visible to the naked eye, especially during early stages of a pest infestation, disease onset, or nutrient deficiency.

It is Agriculture's Turn to Put the Next Generation of Digital Technologies to Work

It is exciting to see the technologies that have made a life-saving difference in medicine now being applied to producing more food from every acre with the best quality.

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