Having data about soil and climate, and managing the field, based on those variabilities, reduces natural risks and increases yield productivity. In order to see ongoing process in the field and to understand plant performance.
Remote sensing is used to forecast the expected crop production and yield, over a given area and to determine the amount of the crop, that will be harvested under specific conditions. Farmers and managers can be able to predict the quantity of crop, that will be produced in a given farmland over a given period of time.
In the event of crop damage or crop progress, remote sensing technology can be used to penetrate the farmland and determine exactly, how much of a given crop has been damaged and the progress of the remaining crop in the farm.