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Growers considering investing in a drone to help them detect disease earlier and map variability have the chance to have a go at flying one at this year’s Cereals event. The new Drone Demonstration Zone will show visitors how they can be used for crop management in arable businesses.   “Drones have the potential to save time and labour, identify crop issues early and enable in-field efficiency through precision farming techniques,” says event director Jon Day.  See also: 5 factors for […]
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