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BOULDER — A University of Colorado Boulder research team says they will be using drones to measure soil moisture at a test irrigation farm in northeast Colorado.
Professor Brian Argrow tells the Daily Camera that Project Drought is part of an ongoing effort to make sure that the sensors and drones are working together as a system and do not interfere with each other.
The research team will pair the data they gather with measurements from NASA’s Soil…
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