What will this autonomous technology mean for the future of farming? Farmers are optimistic of what the future holds.
Dropcopter, a start-up company, used a hexacopter drone to spray pollen on five acres at the orchard. Co-founder Adam Fine told the newspaper the company has previously pollinated almond and cherry orchards. Working with Beak & Skiff marked the first time a drone was used to pollinate an apple orchard[…]Read More »
“What one generation sees as a luxury, the next sees as a necessity,” said Anthony Crosland, British Labor Party politician and author, in his most cited sentence. History has shown this to be true: One need not look further than cell phones, televisions, hand-held devices and computers, for starters. Then look[…]Read More »