Digital era changing agriculture

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Mar 30, 2012

Digital cameras and aerial technology are among the ways surveying and land use monitoring for agricultural fields, rangelands, and public lands are improving for researchers studying such changes. Rod Bain takes a look at these advances in this edition of "Agriculture USA".

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