Drones Help Ghanaian Farmers Fight Birds - and Drought
In a project run by the Netherlands-based Technical Centre for Agricultural and Rural Cooperation, Ghanaian rice farmers are being taught how to use drones to spray crops and map water resources - and have discovered a bonus.
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George Madjitey, the chief executive officer of GEM Industrial Solutions, demonstrates how a drone works in Asutsuare village, Ghana, August 2, 2019. In a project run by the Netherlands-based ... see more »
A drone flies over a rice field in Asutsuare village, Ghana, August 2, 2019.
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