Vineland releases a drone perspective of research

The Vineland Research and Innovation Centre has released a drone perspective of its sprawling 218 acres. See the lush orchards, test plots and greenhouses here:



Source:  Vineland Research and Innovation Centre August 31, 2021. 

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