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Weed control with automation

Agriculture is a continually moving space and automation has the potential to change the way we farm.

Someone who knows a lot about this topic is agriculture engineer and Kondinin Group’s R&D Manager Ben White. Ben joins WeedSmart’s Western Extension Agronomist Pete Newman to give a snapshot of the role automation will play in Australian agriculture, with a specific look at weed control.

Ben provides examples of available technologies and outlines the horizon for automation in agriculture.

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