West coast winemakers get creative in how they grow water-intensive crops

Amidst one of the worst droughts in California history, winemakers are getting creative in the way they grow water intensive crops in order to maintain production, profit and drinking demand.

How Winemakers Can Use Drones

Instead of fearing California’s water crisis, winemaker Hahn Vineyards has decided to worth around the drought and outsmart the El Nino winter rains with the use of drones. The use of drones in agriculture is going become on the largest conversations of this year as the effects of climate change are yielding multiple challenges in the production of crops everywhere. The California winery is working with PrecisionHawk and Verizon to monitor its vineyards using data gathered by drones.

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