Engineers are developing robot farmers that may make widespread pesticide spraying obsolete

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News Story Source: arclein
armers may soon find their work a bit more relaxed as a team of researchers at the Harper Adams University in the U.K. is in the process of developing miniature robots that would help them harvest crops and apply pesticides. According to the researchers, the miniature robots show potential in cutting excessive pesticide use, curbing food waste, and easing labor shortages. The experts estimate that the technology would be ready in as early as 2020.

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