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Drones For Seed Sowing

Drones are becoming increasingly popular in the agricultural industry as farmers and manufacturers work together to find ways to improve crop production efficiency and yields. In everyday life, drones are used to perform a variety of tasks, including terrain mapping, crop condition monitoring and dusting, chemical spraying and more.

For mapping tasks, by flying over the field and taking pictures, drones allow farmers to quickly identify areas that need attention, and this information is often used to determine crop management and inputs.



And now, drones are already having a big impact on agriculture and will become even more popular in the coming years. Farmers and manufacturers are looking for new and innovative ways to use them, and as technology improves, so will potential applications for drones in agriculture, such as using drones to spread seeds and solid fertilizers.

Using agricultural drones for seeding allows seeds to be sprayed precisely and evenly into the shallow layers of the soil. Compared with manual and traditional direct seeding machines, seeds sown by HBR series agricultural drones take root deeper and have a higher germination rate. This not only saves labor, but also provides convenience.



The sowing process requires only one pilot and is easy to operate. Once the relevant parameters are set, the drone can operate autonomously (or can be controlled using a cell phone) and operate with high efficiency. For large-scale farmers, using agricultural drones for precision direct seeding of rice can not only save 80%-90% of labor and alleviate the problem of labor shortage, but also reduce the input of seeds, lower production costs and improve planting returns.


As an intelligent agricultural drone that integrates precision seeding and spraying, the HBR series drones can also perform precise topping and spraying after rice seedlings emerge, reducing the use of pesticides and chemical fertilizers and lowering the cost of rice cultivation.

Post time: Jun-16-2022