CASNR Research Helps Cutting Edge Drone Technology Take Flight in the Agricultural
November 13, 2017
Oklahoma Farm Report - Unmanned Aerial Vehicles, or drones, are being used in agriculture
to help farmers work more efficiently and use fewer inputs. Researchers in Texas Tech
University's College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources are working with
drones to develop advanced agricultural production practices.
Wenxuan Guo, an assistant professor in Tech's Department of Plant and Soil Science,
studies precision agriculture using drones along with other new technologies to conduct
his research for optimized agricultural production.
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