- Field crop producers are already seeing enormous efficiency gains from having drones scout the crops from the air, and report back with detailed footage of acreage in a fraction of the time it would take to check the crops from the ground. Precision agriculture like that reduces man hours, improves accuracy, enables checks to be performed more frequently, and is better for the environment
- For greenhouse growers, a drone enables you to quickly and at a low cost take aerial pictures of your site for building permits
- Record for posterity the changes in your property year after year as you grow and expand
- For Garden Centers, drones could be used to check the stock in the back for customers in the front. And maybe even to pick up and deliver flowers
- For applicants to the MMPR program a drone can save you the need to hire an airplane photographer for the aerial photographs of the site that are required as part of Health Canada’s regulations
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