Using Drones to Accelerate Plant Genetics Research

News   Feb 14, 2017 | Original story from University of Georgia

 
Using Drones to Accelerate Plant Genetics Research

Changying "Charlie" Li, a professor in the UGA College of Engineering, calibrates a prototype all-terrain robot while a drone hovers nearby at the Iron Horse Plant Sciences Farm. Credit: Kyle Johnsen

 
 
 

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