This is a precision agriculture application designed to utilize imagery products whose data is collected by sensors flown on UAVs (AKA, drones). The application improves field management decision making by allowing multiple stakeholders to evaluate crop health and collaborate about the actions that should be taken to further diagnose and treat issues that are identified in the images.There are two main user profiles. The first are users who review the imagery away from the field and make recommendations for specific field inspections. Those recommendations are made by dropping pins in the maps to create an inspection request and optionally leaving comments for the people who will be filling those requests. There are two methods of dropping pins; the first is a quick method performed by a single finger press on the map, the second method is more precise and uses the bullseye method in a pop-up window. When evaluating the health of the field, these users may also choose to compare different images/maps, either from different dates or images that convey different information. That is done with the compare maps screen.The second user profile are the users who take the application into the field with them and use GPS guidance to lead them to the pins (inspection requests) that have been created. The field users can then enter the results of the field inspections into the pin details screen, which changes the inspection request icon (the flag) into the icon for a recorded observation (the bubble). Additionally, field workers can create new flags or observations as they walk the fields during inspections. Both inspection requests and field observations can be given priority levels.