While many headwinds rocked the agriculture world in 2022, one constant remained the same — agriculture’s propensity to innovate. Drone crop spraying, once seen as a novel innovation, is now another tool in the toolbox for countless farmers and ranchers across the country.
“Early innovators became early adopters in 2022,” said Rantizo President and COO Joe Riley. “2023 will be the year they become the early majority.”
In 2022 alone, Rantizo drones flew over 216% more acres than in 2021, while adding nearly 100 additional drones and pilots to their fleet. No longer the future of farming, drone spraying exemplifies today’s modern agriculture.