Weed-seeking robots could be answer to farmers' problems

02/18/2013 | National Public Radio

Herbicide-resistant "superweeds" are stymieing farmers with their ability to thrive despite use of chemicals. Researchers at the University of Nebraska have suggested a solution: weed-seeking robots. "The computer would know what species it's dealing with, the appropriate weed-control tool, and you'd be done with it," weed ecologist Steve Young said.

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