Drone Use in Agriculture Offers Potential

With every passing year, drones become more mainstream.

Drones, more accurately known as unmanned aerial vehicles, have always had great potential for use in agriculture to scout fields and spot insect infestations, weed problems and nutrient issues.

Experts say it can be the difference between taking hours to walk a field or seconds to scan it from above.


Lancaster Farming | Aug. 27, 2018

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