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HOW AIRBORNE DRONES CAN BE PUT TO WORK HUNTING WEEDS
Weeds cannot duck and cover when a drone flies overhead. Researcher Chris Neeser is counting on that. The Alberta Agriculture weed pest specialist is experimenting with using unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), also called drones, or radio controlled aircraft, to identify weed problems in crops. Neeser is working with Jan Zalud of JZ Aerial in Calgary…