Fly a drone, capture the relevant data and run it through the waterpooling algorithm for an exact number.
Automation is coming to nearly every imaginable industry, and agriculture is not immune. The latest proof? A new research project is trying to prove that robots could destroy weeds better than a farmer driving a sprayer full of herbicide. Read moreRead More »
Technology will change the way we farm, and significant changes will occur within the next decade, says a Texas A&M research scientist at the Texas Plant Protection Association annual conference in ColegeStation. Read moreRead More »