Casey Adams, owner of the Kansas City Drone Co., prepared his aircraft for a test flight Tuesday afternoon in Grandview. Unmanned aerial systems are about to revolutionize agriculture by giving farmers eyes in the skies so they know exactly where their crops are doing well and where they are ailing — saving money, chemicals and water. They will lead to lower costs and higher yields.
Casey Adams, owner of the Kansas City Drone Co., prepared his aircraft for a test flight Tuesday afternoon in Grandview. Unmanned aerial systems are about to revolutionize agriculture by giving farmers eyes in the skies so they know exactly where their crops are doing well and where they are ailing — saving money, chemicals and water. They will lead to lower costs and higher yields. Rich Sugg rsugg@kcstar.com
Casey Adams, owner of the Kansas City Drone Co., prepared his aircraft for a test flight Tuesday afternoon in Grandview. Unmanned aerial systems are about to revolutionize agriculture by giving farmers eyes in the skies so they know exactly where their crops are doing well and where they are ailing — saving money, chemicals and water. They will lead to lower costs and higher yields. Rich Sugg rsugg@kcstar.com

Drones will soon boost farm yields by providing eyes in the skies

August 04, 2015 07:15 PM