Aerial shots of unmanned rice harvesters utilized in NE China

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Heilongjiang province’s Hongwei Farm implemented an unmanned farm this year’s fall. The 243 hectares of rice field can be fully harvested within 10 days. The unmanned harvester can plan its own path and save about 60 yuan ($9.28) on average for an acre of field.

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