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Ag Robots And Drones May Be A $10 Billion Market By 2022

The new FAA rule that allows farmers to get certificates to operate drones in the fields is changing we way we do agriculture. It practically encourages more incorporation of technology. With options of robotic weeding, self-driving tractors, and drones in the skies, there is so much more our farmers can do by way of technology that has the potential to save them a lot of money in the future.

 

Read Rosemary Gordon’s article to learn more about the new forms of technology that will influence farming practices.

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