• You bought what?

    You bought what?0

    I’ve stated before the ag-aviation industry should embrace drones instead of viewing them as the “enemy”. My argument has always been, and still is, that the demand for the technology and dollars it would take to effectively compete with an ag-plane does not exist. However, I can foresee an ag-operator using one for imaging (complete

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  • NAAA Cautions Hobbyist and Professional UAS Operators to be Mindful of Low-Flying Agricultural Aircraft this Growing Season

    NAAA Cautions Hobbyist and Professional UAS Operators to be Mindful of Low-Flying Agricultural Aircraft this Growing Season0

    ALEXANDRIA, VA – April 8, 2019 – The National Agricultural Aviation Association (NAAA) is asking all Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) operators to be aware of agricultural aircraft operations this growing season. As UAS operators know, UAS are not allowed above 400 feet without a waiver from the FAA. However, UAS operators should also know agricultural

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  • China Performs Aerial Pesticide Application Experiments

    China Performs Aerial Pesticide Application Experiments0

    http://news.agropages.com/News/NewsDetail—27305.htm In order to regulate the operation of aerial pesticide application and enhance the effect of crop protection products, from June to August 2018, the China National Agro-Tech Extension and Service Center has allied with various aerial crop protection-oriented business entities to conduct a series of aerial pesticide application experiments in the rice and corn

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