Australia: Government Investing $9.2 Million in Making Drones Work on the Farm

The Australian federal government is investing more than $9.2 million in 110 projects that help farmers and rural communities by using technology such as drones to aid them in their daily processes, writes ManMonthly.com.

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According to the website, the businesses will be able to better adopt sustainable and innovative land management practices by implementing the latest technology.

Minister for Agriculture and Water Resources David Littleproud said the projects would help to make Australian farms more resilient, productive and sustainable.

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