A drone sprayes crops
Drones now play a key role in helping some farmers to spot early signs of diseases in crops and check livestock in remote areas. However, flying round the sky and snapping pictures or videos is all well and good, but ask it to carry materials or spray crops and the standard drone is rapidly out of its depth. See also: A grower’s guide to buying a drone Enter Russian drone specialist ARDN technology, who has constructed a massive drone-cross-helicopter, which is […]
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