Farming is hard work. This has been true since prehistoric man first broke ground and planted crops. Through the millennia, mankind has sought ways to make farming easier and more profitable. Important breakthroughs like crop rotation and fertilization allowed for bigger and more productive fields. But expansion brought its own challenges.
Farming isn’t like maintaining a garden, where you can monitor each plant individually and immediately respond to developing issues. The scale of today’s farms is vast and small problems can quickly become big problems if you aren’t aware of them. That can hurt your crops and your profit margin. Wouldn’t it be great if there was a way to see your whole operation at once, and anticipate problems before they happen? Well, there is. Aerial imaging can provide you with a complete view of your fields, from the air, every week.