Producers Test Drones for More Precise Crop Information

Farmers are investigating the use of drones to help monitor cropland and spray pesticides. Several universities are testing the unmanned aircrafts as a way to further the use of technology in agriculture. As GPS, tablets and sensors are being used to accurately monitor fields drones will play a more precise role by determining if crops need watering, additional fertilizer or if they are suffering from insect infestation. Read more (Washington Post).

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