Drones Pique the Interest of Entrepreneurs

HoneyComb, a drone services startup, offers farmers the chance to view every inch of their farms from the air

Drones diagnose plant health and decrease insecticide use

The U.S. Department of Agriculture is testing an octo-copter drone to conduct crop imaging operations.

Not Just Flying Selfie Sticks: World's Top Drone-Maker Aims Higher

At Bloomberg Business, Selina Wang takes a look at how drone-maker DJI could appeal to different sectors of the commercial drone industry.

Drones and wine – only mix in research

As the Washington grapevine industry expands at what has been called a “phenomenal” rate, WSU researchers are using drones in a study of irrigation methods which have the potential to save growers up to half the water they currently use.

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