"Behind the Scenes" Kate Vander Zaag puts drones to use on her potato farm

This podcast goes "Behind the Scenes" of the March cover story titled Drones: toys or tools? (click to read) Drones can take aerial footage of such high quality that the user looks like a National Geographic videographer. But do those images provide any in-season value?  Potato grower Kate VanderZaag, Alliston, Ontario shares two years of on-farm experience.Podcast is proudly sponsored by BASF - We Create Chemistry.

 

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