This false-color infrared image of southern Borneo reveals areas of vegetation in red, manmade constructions in white and swamps in blue. Looks closely, and you'll notice the land divided into neat plots in different shades of red—revealing where different crops are grown across the region. [ESA]
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Use the same technology in Afghanistan to find poppy fields and use drones to eradicate. Of course warn and provide alternative crop plans and a market that pays a reasonable rate. I hear pomegranates are the new big thing there!