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China Agriculture Drone

Drones, big data and AI help China’s farmers weather the coronavirus pandemic

Xiwen Lui | 
The Covid-19 or coronavirus outbreak has led to an economical standstill worldwide. Agriculture is no exception. China’s agricultural industry is ...

Pesticide-spraying drones accelerate sustainable farming as governments relax regulations

Mick Roberts | 
Move over dogs – drones are a farmer’s new best friend! In just a few years there’s been a huge ...
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AI could help farmers cut weather-related crop losses by 25% as global food demand soars

Hugo Claver | 
The AI in agriculture market was valued at USD 600 million in 2018 and is expected to reach USD 2.6 ...
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Why one anti-GMO farmer switched to genetically engineered herbicide-tolerant seeds

Martijn Knuivers | 
Greg Guenther is now an enthusiastic user of genetically modified seed, despite steering clear of it in the mid-1990s, having ...
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