This is a preliminary and non-comprehensive list of the activities conducted at Louisiana State University (LSU) related to precision agriculture technologies,
Drones are a new technology available to farmers and consultants that allow a farmer or consultant to collect overhead images of farm field and land areas.
AgCenter has evaluated ways to reduce drift from the DJI AGRAS MG-1/1S suggests recommendations.
This paper describes a low cost drone system a person can assemble to perform real-time mapping.
Drift is always a concern for producers using agricultural sprayers.
Sprayer and plant-protection drones are new tools available to farmers and can be used to apply pesticides to small land areas and acreages.
One of the most-asked questions we receive about drones is concerning the licensure and registration needed for flying in the United States.
Many drones are available for taking images and mapping fields.