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RG4430
Posted 12/28/2018 18:43 (#7202739 - in reply to #7202702)
Subject: RE: Spraying drones


NE Iowa
Currently being used in the south on vegetable farms legally. These drones are not being flown at very low altitudes and they are registered with the FAA. I copy and pasted a link. Homeland Surveillance and Electronics has A LOT of good info on what it takes to do this legally. Talked to some guys with Dupont/Syngenta and they are currently working on more products to use for drone spraying, they claim it is up and coming.

20 years ago they said planting strait rows of corn without touching the steering wheel would never take off...now my rows are strait and i can eat my yogurt while i plant. :) Thank you GPS


http://www.hse-uav.com/

https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/faa-approves-hse-over-55-lb-crop-spra...
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