Plant protection drones have become the most beautiful "dancers" over the fields. They take off, fly forward, hover, and land smoothly. They can spray thousands of acres or even tens of thousands of acres of land in one day, not only allowing farmers to secure their jobs. The land is in my own hands, and smart agriculture and large-scale agriculture take root.
Facing the loess and back to the sky, this is a common impression of traditional agricultural planting. In recent years, many new changes have taken place in the scene of busy farming. New technologies and new equipment have liberated farmers, young and fresh faces have appeared in the fields, and farmers' bills have also added new water.
In the midsummer season, a farmer in Jinzhou, Liaoning saw that the rice in the field was 30 centimeters high, lush, and growing well. After the disease and insect period, the harvest of summer grain will not be bad. But to spray pesticides on such a field, the traditional manual spraying efficiency is low, the spraying is uneven, and it is easy to cause pesticide poisoning to crops or people. In Fengxin, Jiangxi, a farmer contracted more than 600 acres of dry land to study the cultivation of colored rice, but he had difficulty in spraying medicine and weeding. "Colored rice fields need to be weeded strictly, otherwise it will affect the color. In the past, manual spraying could not guarantee complete weeding."
These new farmers hired drone controllers. At the edge of the rice fields, the drone controllers used wireless remote control devices to concentrate on controlling the plant protection drones to operate according to the preset route. The drone agriculture pesticides were evenly sprayed on the rice seedlings in less than 10 minutes. Completed the task of spraying pesticides on more than 10 acres of land. The plant protection drone spraying medicine can achieve precise dispensing, and the remote control operation avoids the danger of exposing the operators to pesticides and improves the safety of spraying operations. According to statistics, drone spraying can save at least 50% of pesticide usage and 90% of water consumption, which greatly reduces resource costs. Compared with traditional manual spraying, the work efficiency of each plant protection drone is equivalent to 60 labors, and it can spray 700 to 900 acres of farmland every day, which greatly saves labor and increases farmers' economic benefits.
In the past, plant protection surveying and mapping required manual marking and marking. In the case of paddy fields, even mud legs were required to "cross the river" barefoot to perform the management. The labor intensity was high and the efficiency was low. After the introduction of artificial intelligence and remote sensing technology, plant protection drones began to show their skills in plant protection surveying and mapping under the strong combination.