A small white chart is leisurely driving between bell pepper plants. In fact, it is a robot that can be of great importance to the grower. It creates disease maps of agricultural plots and detects the disease areas. According to Volcanic Center where this robot was developed, this early detection of diseases can reduce yield loss by up to 80 percent.
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