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How drones can help manage the world's food supply

The long-range capabilities of drones are a key to enabling precision agriculture that helps manage crop rotation; improve yields; spot diseases, insect infestation and other threats; and perform preventative maintenance such as pesticide deployment. Image: Delair

Michael de Lagarde

Chief Executive Officer, Delair

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