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UK researchers are attempting a world first, to grow and harvest a hectare of cereal crops using just robots, without the need for people to step on to the field. The project entitled Hands Free Hectare has just kicked off with members of Harper Adams University engineering staff, supported and led by precision farming specialist Precision Decisions creating their first robotic farming machinery, ready for drilling a spring crop in March. See also: Video: Robots take precision farming to next level […]
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