Drones have long held promise in the row crop world, but specialty crop growers can use the flying cameras to scout and evaluate their operations, too.
Researchers are confident drone-based, remote imaging technology can help growers by sensing laurel wilt disease symptoms — before they appear.
Bus tour gives insights into how some farms in the Sunshine State are deploying digital technology to improve productivity and efficiency.
The keynotes are set to hit all high notes at inaugural event for the entire specialty crop industry.
Hexacopter sprays pollen on five acres at Beak & Skiff Apple Orchard.
Drones have become a part of agronomy and are now making their way into specialty crops. Learn everything you need to know about how they can change strawberry production forever.
Use new tools to improve profitability and sustainablity.
A new report analyzes how the robotic market and technology developments will change the business of agriculture.
Regulations will create new opportunities for business and government entities to use unmanned aircraft systems weighing less than 55 pounds.
Florida farmer grateful for gift, finds lofty potential in new prize.
New task force tasked to develop recommendations for registration process.
Florida agriculture analytics firm, AGERpoint Inc., granted permission to fly its gasoline-powered unmanned aerial vehicles over fields across the U.S.
Texas A&M AgriLife researchers say the technology will offer growers precise information about their crops.
Study using multispectral photography helps scientists successfully scout out laurel wilt-affected trees.
From stress detection to yield estimation, technology offers promise in farming.
Florida International University researchers team modern technology with man’s best friend to hunt down and detect laurel wilt disease.
Many believe technologies like UAVs and precision ag represent the second Green Revolution, but it only will happen if farmers feel safe using them.