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AgweekTV: Impact of rain in MN, pesticide via drone, solid waste as crop fertilizer

This week on AgweekTV, the water may be receding, but crop damage is still be assessed after heavy rain and flooding in southern Minnesota. Drones may soon be used to apply herbicides and pesticides in hard-to-reach places on the farm. And we'll ...

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This week on AgweekTV, the water may be receding, but crop damage is still be assessed after heavy rain and flooding in southern Minnesota. Drones may soon be used to apply herbicides and pesticides in hard-to-reach places on the farm. And we'll find out how solid waste from the Sioux Falls water treatment plant is being used as crop fertilizer.

 

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