Agricultural lasers and laser-equipped cameras are a major part of growing the world’s food supply.
But the technology is also being used to help farmers and ranchers make more efficient use of their equipment.
The technology was invented in the 1970s to help improve crop yields.
In recent years, there have been growing interest in the use of lasers to improve agriculture, as well as crop health and productivity.
Lidar has many advantages, said Rob Wood, a professor of environmental engineering at Cornell University.
It’s an inexpensive, low-cost, high-power laser that’s inexpensive to install, has a long lifespan and doesn’t require any training.
It’s also a very sensitive, very sensitive laser, which means it can be controlled with an iPad or smartphone.
There are a number of different kinds of lasers out there, including inexpensive, inexpensive lasers, high performance lasers, and very high-powered lasers.
And there are many ways to use these different lasers to do the job of crops,” he said.
A laser is an electronic device that emits a beam of energy.
When a laser beam hits an object, that energy causes an electric field to form around the object.
This field creates a tiny electric current, which moves a material around.
Most lasers are capable of producing a wide range of different colors and wavelengths, but they can also create a small amount of heat, which can be used to heat up a material.
Researchers are looking for ways to improve the effectiveness of lasers in farming, particularly because crops take a long time to grow and require irrigation.
For example, if a farmer uses a laser to plant crops in an area that has too much water, he or she can harvest the crops with a very short time, reducing the amount of water needed to plant the crop.
However, a lot of farmers aren’t as concerned about the heat and high-energy-dense material used to grow their crops, and they might not be concerned about their crops being damaged or destroyed by the laser, Wood said.
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It’s probably the most important thing that will change agricultural technology, in my opinion,” he told AP.
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