Drones Could Save SD Farmers Millions

Posted on Jul 24, 2015
Corn, soybean and wheat farmers could save an estimated $1.3 billion annually by using drones to increase crop yields and reduce input costs, according to a study released this week.


The report, conducted by Informa Economics and Measure, a drone service provider company, said corn producers stand to be the biggest beneficiaries of aerial devices, with savings totaling an average of $11.58 per acre. 


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