Regulatory changes needed for drone technology to help food and feed production in Denmark.
THE farmer usually has a keen eye for when his crops are in need of fertilization, irrigation or weed, pest and disease control, but drones and new technology can give farmers an expert helping hand to carry out this monitoring task, according to Rene Gislum, associate professor with the department of agroecol
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