A student from the KL University in Andhra Pradesh has successfully develop a prototype of drone that does agricultural spraying.
The drone prototype is set up to spray pesticides even without the farmers. Also, farmers can assign a scheduled spraying and monitor the activities in a laptop on a day-to-day basis. Through this drone, it can also reduce the risk of life-threatening diseases from the chemicals in pesticides.
Furthermore, it can spray one acre of land in a minute, covering at least 50 acres in a day, and is a cost-effective to farmers.
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