Spray drones look to have multiple potential benefits for the ag sector

Spray drones hold a number of benefits for agriculture, and the Federal Aviation Administration just revised the licensing requirements for spray usage to make it easier for drones to be used in the farm sector.

CEO of American spray drone company Hylio, Arthur Erickson spoke with RFD-TV’s own Christina Loren on some of the benefits and what it means for ag in the future.

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