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Farms turn to technology amid water warnings in Southwest

U.S. Department of Agriculture intern Alex Olsen prepares to place down a drone at a research farm northeast of Greeley. Researchers are using drones carrying imaging cameras over the fields in conjunction with stationary sensors connected to the internet to chart the growth of crops in an effort to integrate new technology into the age-old skill of farming.
U.S. Department of Agriculture engineering technician Kevin Yemoto, left, loads a camera into a drone as Huihui Zhang looks on at a research farm northeast of Greeley.
U.S. Department of Agriculture engineer Huihui Zhang at a research farm northeast of Greeley. Researchers are using drones and stationary sensors to chart the growth of crops.
U.S. Department of Agriculture engineer Kendall DeJonge at a research farm northeast of Greeley.
Kendall DeJonge of the U.S. Department of Agriculture is shown at a research farm northeast of Greeley.
U.S. Department of Agriculture engineering technician Kevin Yemoto prepares a drone for flight at a research farm northeast of Greeley. Researchers are using drones carrying imaging cameras over the fields in conjunction with stationary sensors connected to the internet to chart the growth of crops in an effort to integrate new technology into the age-old skill of farming.
U.S. Department of Agriculture intern Alex Olsen, left, and engineering technician Kevin Yemoto set up a drone for flight over a research farm northeast of Greeley. Researchers are using drones and stationary sensors to chart the growth of crops.
U.S. Department of Agriculture engineering technician Kevin Yemoto guides a drone into the air at a research farm northeast of Greeley.
Huihui Zhang at a research farm northeast of Greeley.
Huihui Zhang of the U.S. Department of Agriculture talks about efforts to use technology at a research farm northeast of Greeley.
Kevin Yemoto, left, an engineering technician, joins Huihui Zhang in setting up a drone for flight over a research farm northeast of Greeley as Kendall DeJonge, also of the USDA, looks on.

Farms turn to technology amid water warnings in Southwest

U.S. Department of Agriculture intern Alex Olsen prepares to place down a drone at a research farm northeast of Greeley. Researchers are using drones carrying imaging cameras over the fields in conjunction with stationary sensors connected to the internet to chart the growth of crops in an effort to integrate new technology into the age-old skill of farming.
U.S. Department of Agriculture engineering technician Kevin Yemoto, left, loads a camera into a drone as Huihui Zhang looks on at a research farm northeast of Greeley.
U.S. Department of Agriculture engineer Huihui Zhang at a research farm northeast of Greeley. Researchers are using drones and stationary sensors to chart the growth of crops.
U.S. Department of Agriculture engineer Kendall DeJonge at a research farm northeast of Greeley.
Kendall DeJonge of the U.S. Department of Agriculture is shown at a research farm northeast of Greeley.
U.S. Department of Agriculture engineering technician Kevin Yemoto prepares a drone for flight at a research farm northeast of Greeley. Researchers are using drones carrying imaging cameras over the fields in conjunction with stationary sensors connected to the internet to chart the growth of crops in an effort to integrate new technology into the age-old skill of farming.
U.S. Department of Agriculture intern Alex Olsen, left, and engineering technician Kevin Yemoto set up a drone for flight over a research farm northeast of Greeley. Researchers are using drones and stationary sensors to chart the growth of crops.
U.S. Department of Agriculture engineering technician Kevin Yemoto guides a drone into the air at a research farm northeast of Greeley.
Huihui Zhang at a research farm northeast of Greeley.
Huihui Zhang of the U.S. Department of Agriculture talks about efforts to use technology at a research farm northeast of Greeley.
Kevin Yemoto, left, an engineering technician, joins Huihui Zhang in setting up a drone for flight over a research farm northeast of Greeley as Kendall DeJonge, also of the USDA, looks on.
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