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USask student's drone surveillance revolutionizing ag

Kaylie Krys is on a mission to bring accurate drone surveillance technology to the forefront of agriculture in Saskatchewan, starting right at home on her family farm and expanding into the province’s vast agricultural landscape.

As a University of Saskatchewan (USask) College of Agriculture and Bioresources graduate student, her research is focused on investigating how unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) – more commonly known as drones – can help farmers count the number of early season canola seedlings in their fields to offer a more solid idea of crop yields and help  determine next steps in the growing season.

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