Study Suggests Autonomous Technology in Crop Production is Economically Viable

By: agxio | 06 Jul 2021

A recent study using experiences from Harper Adams University ‘Hands Free Farm’ project has suggested that autonomous arable crop production is economically viableThe project focuses on the economic feasibility of crop robotics and indicated that both small and medium sized farms could cut production costs to minimum per unit through using the technology, ensuring that moderate sized businesses can still be profitable in the arable sector. 

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FarmingUK: Autonomous Technology in Crop Production

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