“Drones are the next evolution within American agriculture technology. Drones have the potential to help farmers grow more food while using less water and fewer pesticides. High-tech cameras and other airborne sensors give farmers important data to reduce their environmental footprint,” said RJ Karney, director of congressional relations at AFBF.
For details on the conference, go to http://www.droneworldexpo.com/. Farm Bureau farmer and rancher members should use the VIP code “FBNEWS” for free registration. To go directly to the registration section of the Drone World Expo website, click here.
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