North Dakota farmers already increasing margins using drones

Despite North Dakota's test site being the first to begin trials for drones, or UAVs, in precision agriculture, many North Dakota farmers, hundreds or even thousands according to the recent NPR story (http://www.npr.org/blogs/alltechconsidered/2014/05/10/311143655/high-ho-the-derry-o-the-farmer-and-the-drone), are already using drone-collected imagery to identify fungus, prescribe fertilizer application, and target pesticides. These early adopter farmers are spending tens of thousands of dollars to equip their farm with valuable drone technology, but Agribotix offers a simple solution. The Agribotix drone-lease enables any grower to obtain a drone, training, and necessary software to produce high resolution, overhead color images and field maps identifying areas of healthy and stressed vegetation. This solution takes all the headache out of drone ownership and lets any farmer take advantage of this game-changing technology.