Agriculture Drones

It’s that time of year when farming professionals are looking for the most efficient way to spray their crops. Some farmers choose to fly airplanes over their fields, but this can be very expensive. These agriculture drones are a much more cost effective option. Dramatic Drones has many options available, ranging from $4489 to more than $21k. Quadcopters are very good for scouting and mapping, whereas octocopters provide superior stability for spraying crops.

The Parrot Bluegrass Fields Drone for Farming and Agriculture is one of the cheapest at $4489. This quadcopter is ideal for visual scouting and crop mapping.
 The DJI P4 Multispectral drone is perfect for inspecting, analyzing, and evaluating your farm. Gather precise plant-level data using this high-precision drone with a seamlessly integrated multispectral imaging system built for agriculture missions, environmental monitoring, and more.
The Intel Falcon 8 commercial octocopter drone is ideal for spraying crops. It has a patented V-shaped design and features best-in-class safety and advanced performance that is also excellent for inspection and close mapping. This agriculture drone provides stable performance in the face of high winds and weak GPS signals, as well as resistance to magnetic field disturbances.
The DJI MG-1S octocopter drone is an agricultural wonder designed for farmers who need to efficiently spray a large quantity of crops. With advanced propulsion and superior radar, this drone is very stable, safe, and effective.
The DJI Agras MG-1P agriculture octocopter drone is another superior aircraft designed for efficiently spraying large quantities of crops. Active Obstacle Sensing and Avoidance protects the octocopter from power lines, trees, and other obstacles. 
The DJI Agras T16 is the best agriculture drone for spraying large amounts of crops. The 16 liter tank holds more than 65 gallons, which makes it possible to spray many acres in one flight. The T16 has the highest payload and widest spray width everĀ in a DJI agriculture drone.