Robots could radically change the way farmers harvest fields in the near future.
Scientists developing robots that only pick veg when it is perfectly ripe.
Precision agriculture recognizes the natural variability found on farms and customizes treatments involving planting, watering, weeding, and pesticide application.
Prof Simon Blackmore of Harper Adams University, UK speaking at the 2017 Gatsby Plant Science Summer School. Simon speaks about using new technologies in agriculture to minimize energy used to support crop development.