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  • Soil inspection and crop planning

  • Seed planting and fertilizer management

  • Crop health monitoring

  • Pesticide spray

  • Irrigation management

  • Farm boundary and segment mapping

  • Loss/gain/yield volume measurement

Precision agriculture practices, which are helping farmers make better informed decisions, have evolved significantly over recent years, with the global market now estimated to reach $43.4 billion by 2025. Drones are playing an increasingly important role in precision farming, helping agriculture professionals lead the way with sustainable farming practices, while also protecting and increasing profitability. In many areas, drone use has become an essential part of large-scale precision farming operations. The data collected from drone flights over fields help farmers plan their planting and treatments to achieve the best possible yields. Using drones in farming can increase yields by as much as 5%.