by Andreas Neuman, CEO

Published on April 3, 2023

UAV-IQ is thrilled to finally launch its BioDrop season for berry farmers in Monterey after a couple of months of severe weather.

UAV-IQ’s BioDrop service applying persimilis for a strawberry grower

UAV-IQ’s BioDrop service applying persimilis for a strawberry grower

UAV-IQ is thrilled to finally launch its BioDrop season for berry farmers in Monterey after a couple months of severe weather delayed the start of the season. We understand how challenging it has been for farmers to cope with the adverse weather conditions, and we are eager to support them as they work to get their farms back on track.

 

Despite the challenges, we are excited to bring our innovative BioDrop solution to the berry farms in Monterey. BioDrop is a drone-performed biological pest control application that releases beneficial insects and mites throughout commercial farms, providing an effective and sustainable approach to pest management.

 

Spider mites can be a major problem for berry farmers, and we are ready to help them apply a preventative treatment as soon as they are ready. Our drones can rapidly and uniformly release beneficial insects and mites, helping to reduce the impact of spider mites on crops and increase yield.

 

We understand that some growers are still dealing with flooding and waterlogged fields, and we hope for the best for them as they work to overcome these challenges. Our team is dedicated to supporting the farming community in Monterey, and we are committed to doing everything we can to help them succeed.

Picture of a Partially Submerged Strawberry Field

Partially Submerged Strawberry Field

We are committed to innovation, sustainability, and the farming community, and we are confident that we can make a positive impact in the industry.

 

 

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