Drones in Ag with Meg Kummerow

Today we talk to Meg Kummerow from Fly The Farm about the role of drones in agriculture, we discuss who’s using this technology and why. Drones are playing a larger role in farming across both the cropping and livestock industries filling various rolls including crop scouting, mustering, NDVI, spraying and more. We also touch the legislation around operating a drone in Australia and where Meg believes drone technology is going.If you’d like to know more about drones in ag or are interested in getting a drone please check out Meg’s website “Fly The Farm

https://www.flythefarm.com.au/

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Published by Martin

I'm a UNI student at UNE in Armidale, I've worked on a cotton farm from in Moree NSW and have spent a year working on a cattle station in the NT. I have a passion for agriculture, aviation and promoting agriculture in Australia.

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