“I’m just trying to do my part and help kids out because they’re consumed with electronics nowadays, and coincidently I am using electronics to try and fix it.” -Devin Rose
Dope application of a commercial grade drone with a heavy duty payload capacity. D&C Drones out of Northern Utah usually uses their drones for precision crop care but if you load the hopper with snowmelt you have a ready to go solution to clearing large scale sites like a high school athletic field. KSL reports the owner of D&C Drones, Devin Rose, who has flown his drone over three Cache County high schools this spring using a special dirt called humate (garden fertilizer that is mixed with soil that helps precipitate snowmelt). Nice work D&C Drones!
“Applications can be done in liquid or granular. We have already been spreading snow melt for athletic fields around the county in preparation for spring sports.”