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Farm Robots Need to Be Trusted to Tell Crops From Weeds

Robots will move along fields either spraying herbicides through a pen-like nozzle or pulling weeds as soon as 2019 after their makers perfect programming them to distinguish weeds from crops like tomatoes.

 

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