The British Supermarket retailer has unveiled its new technology in farming using robots in a three-year trial period to be experimented 

Now every Tom, Dick and Harry are able to work on cultivating without those big machines and engines. Indeed the names of the Robots were Tom, Dick and Harry. Tom is a crop and soil monitoring, Dick is a precision spraying and weeding robot, Harry is a planting robot.

  The head farmer on the Leckford Estate,Andrew Hoad, told the Telegraph: 
“The months ahead are going to be challenging for everyone. Great innovation sometimes comes out of complex challenges.”

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