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Soil and Nutrient Analytics

Soil imaging is crucial for getting soil and field conditions during planning, growing, and harvesting. This data could yield useful insights on soil quality, fertility, soil nutrient deficiencies, and pH conditions across the site. Samples are collected from the field and analyzed in the laboratory through expensive and time-consuming techniques. With recent advances in technology, drones with special sensors allow for on-demand measurements quickly. Information can include soil pH, texture, topology and minerals like Nitrogen, Phosphorus, Potasium, Calcium, etc. . . These analytics help farmers determine the best planting patterns and treatments to get a higher yield per acre.