Drones Used In KSU Farm Research

andy lambertMarch 19, 2015

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K-State is looking at how to use drones to find invasive insects and emerging disease in wheat fields. It’s a three-year project with a price tag of $1.74 million, and will initially target the Russian wheat aphid and wheat strip rust. In addition to the flights across Kansas, researchers in Australia are doing the same thing there and then everybody involved will swap data.

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