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Crop scouting is essential to monitor pests and diseases and take corrective actions if needed. The manual method of scouting is strenuous and prone to errors. Advanced tools like drones and object detection technologies are improving the data collection from farms.
Traditional methods of crop scouting rely on manual sampling of a field. Observing plants and recording data physically is a strenuous and time-taking exercise. Moreover, manual data collection is inherently prone to errors. But, farmers and agronomists need information quicker to take meaningful actions on their farms to manage the crop efficiently. This can be achieved through digital tools like drones and object detection technologies.
Drones coupled with object detection technology can automate the crop scouting process completely. Precise insights can be obtained in a few hours instead of a few days when done manually.