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Robot farming machines are already doing the dirty work in more fields than people may realize.

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5 Comments

  1. As he says he wants the optimum amount of chemicals sprayed on the crop. The crop is a porous living entity that we ultimately consume. Therefore we are the ones getting the optimum amount of chemicals in our body. Not good.

  2. This is why people have hobby farms. Because actual farming SUCKS. Grind that cartilage down, wear out that back, do all your business yourself, BARF. I grew up in a farming community, I saw it all.
    Although some people love it. The work, the freedom to do what you love…but AI will definitely take a literal load off.

  3. so much money for poison, the farmers are stupid because you dont need this, start with agnihotra…cowdung has every farmer , it costs you nothing and you have much more success , watch the videos here in youtube

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