The use of drones in agriculture is still being questioned.
Dr. Kevin Price with the Kansas State University Department of Agronomy presented at last week’s IDEAg Interconnectivity Conference in Altoona, Iowa. He says with the new technologies that are available, unmanned aircraft systems are going to be highly beneficial in the agriculture industry. It will allow those that are using the drones to scout fields, check on livestock, and perform other agricultural applications.
In this Precision.AgWired.com Podcast we sit down with Dr. Kevin Price and learn more about how drones can be used in various ways related to agriculture.[wpaudio url=http://precision.agwired.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/3/2013/06/PPP-06131.mp3 text=”Precision.AgWired.com Podcast”]