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kq4ym
kq4ym
9/20/2017 8:43:56 AM
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Re: Organically or inorganically!
It would be a break through to have machine learning distinguish between weeds and crops and mechanically remove the weeds instead of using chemicals. But, I'm afraid the cost of doing so will still leave us will lots of chemicals in the ground, although because of the newer technology less chemical than before.

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Michelle
Michelle
9/12/2017 7:55:37 PM
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Re: Organically or inorganically!
Ha! Excellent point about video speeds. I hadn't thought of that, but yes -- both will probably move pretty slow.

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mhhfive
mhhfive
9/12/2017 1:39:22 PM
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Networking Novice
Re: Organically or inorganically!
It'll be very interesting to see how these robots revolutionize farming. Killing weeds mechanically, instead of chemically or bio-chemically, would be a huge leap. 

And I, for one, would only watch it on at least 2x speed.. plants grow pretty slowly, and I'm sure the robots don't move that fast, either.

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Michelle
Michelle
9/11/2017 3:23:48 PM
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Re: Organically or inorganically!
Weed terminators? I would watch that!

"Programmed to eradicate stubbon weeds in your field, these terminators are top-of-the-line [weed] killers. Now available at your local John Deere dealer."

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JohnMason
JohnMason
9/10/2017 12:56:23 PM
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since the 90s
John Deere has harbored these aspirations since the 90s. Unfortunately, some of their talent left for other industries during the "gestation" period. I'm glad John Deere's plans are now seeing fruition.

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mhhfive
mhhfive
9/8/2017 12:54:44 PM
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Networking Novice
Organically or inorganically!
The weed terminators hopefully won't turn on us.. and I can just imagine an Arnold Schwartznegger in overalls and a straw hat.

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