Drone technology still second best to traditional pasture monitoring methods

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By Bridget Fitzgerald A new study has found drones still have a way to go before they replace traditional pasture monitoring methods. University of Western Australia honours graduate Matthew Rowbottom found that the common rising plate meter (RPM) method of measuring pasture was significantly more accurate than using drones. The

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