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Pinpointing Issues.   Applying Solutions.

Plant Monitoring Schedule

Apply nutrients and water resources only where needed.

Feb.
Soil Mapping

Map bare soil & evaluate

with historic maps.  Analyze differences and make early decisions.

April
Stand Count

Evaluate plants in all areas

June - July - Aug. - Sept.
Plant Health Inspections

• Map to make informed decisions on variable rate applications for nitrogen, pesticides, etc.

• Use maps to estimate yield

Nov.
Evaluate & Plan

Review season's maps &

tests, compare historical data to plan for next year.

March
Inspect Drainage

A field elevation map can detect  changes that may affect drainage.  Infrared Images capture the flowing water under the surface.   See the unseen.

May
Plant Scouting

• Detect crop stress and make precise application decisions.

• Optimize irrigation from data

• Start to make yield projections

Oct.
Drainage Repair

Evaluate elevation images.

Check drainage tiles.

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High Resolution RGB

As the drone flies its preplanned flight route autonomously, it captures hundreds of images at timed intervals to create an orthomosaic. From this stitched together image we can obtain extensive data such as stand/plant counts, elevations, field parameters. and more. 

Prices vary as growers' needs differ.

Check out pricing here. 

Thermal Infrared

Seeing the invisible. 

FLIR imagery can detect issues and anomalies just under the surface, invisible to the naked eye.  Damaged tiles and lines can be spotted instantly.   Heat readings also help us 

irrigate according to the principle of precision agriculture to improve water distribution helping plants reach uniform maturity, and consequently, increase yields.

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Multispectral

Multispectral imaging is the capturing of  specific wavelengths of light including bands beyond the visible spectrum.  Blue, Green, Red, Red Edge, and Near Infrared. 


The various Vegetation Indices are made from algorithms that compare the differences captured in those specific bands of the electromagnetic spectrum. Vegetation Index maps give information on plant health and soil conditions.

Powerful Analytics

If a picture is worth a thousand words then the value of hundreds stitched together is priceless.

The individually captured images are plotted together to make a 2D topographic map with NDVI, GNDVI, NDRE and other  vegetation indexes.  Stand counts, plant counts, Digital Elevation Maps, Digital Surface Maps, 3D models can be produced to give a view of crops as never seen before.

Make good decisions sooner.

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Application Drones

EA Vision drones can save farmers up to 35% on agrochemical use and reduce water consumption by 90%, without compacting soil or crop loss.

This is a game changer for fertilizer application by foliar spraying or granular spreading.  The  EA Vision patented misting system can spray a 10µ to 300µ mist adjustable on the fly with a max flow rate of  10L/min.

Save resources by farming with precision. 

Questions?
Ask us about our packages and subscription rates.

Call 1.250.801.6787

Email solutions@agridrones.ca

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