uavs in agriculture,geopositioning drones,pesticide spraying unmanned helicopter, battery powered drone

Shenzhen Eagle Brother UAV Innovation Co., LTD
  • uavs in agriculture,geopositioning drones,pesticide spraying unmanned helicopter, battery powered drone   uavs in agriculture,geopositioning drones,pesticide spraying unmanned helicopter, battery powered drone   uavs in agriculture,geopositioning drones,pesticide spraying unmanned helicopter, battery powered drone   uavs in agriculture,geopositioning drones,pesticide spraying unmanned helicopter, battery powered drone  
  • Chinese
    Espanol
  • location: Home > Explore > News & Events >

    Eagle Brother's Sprayer Drone Flies for Rice Protection

    data:2018-05-23 14:24source:未知 author:admin click:
    Now it is a critical period for rice growing, and it is also an outbreak period for pests and diseases. In the past few days, Lehe plant protection flight team that belongs to Eagle Brothers Chongqing Branch Company sprayed on 10,000 Mu (C
    Now it is a critical period for rice growing, and it is also an outbreak period for pests and diseases. In the past few days, Lehe plant protection flight team that belongs to Eagle Brother's Chongqing Branch Company sprayed on 10,000 Mu (Chinese area unit, about 1647.37 acres) of rice fields in Wujia Town, Rongchang District, Chongqing, China.
     

    the pilot is mixing pesticides before flying the helicopter

    On the morning of May 16th, drones flied back and forth over the rice fields under the control of the handsome pilot from Lehe plant protection flight team. The liquid pesticide on the fuselage was evenly sprayed down from 2 meters above the rice field. In only 2 minutes, the drone finished spraying on a piece of rice field more than 1 mu (about 0.165 acres).


    Eagle Brother's 3WD-TY-D10L took off for pesticide spraying operation

    "Using plant protection drones to spray pesticides is more efficient", said the pilot, “plant protection drones can spray around 200-300 mu (32.95 acres - 49.42 acres) per day on average. A drone produces strong downward swirling airflow
    that forces pesticide droplets to penetrate through crops from top to bottom, which helps the pesticide mists to be uniformly scattered on various parts of the plant and improves the control effect. At the same time, helicopter spraying avoids pesticide contact with farmers and reduces the chance of toxic accidents comparing with using backpack type sprayers".



    Eagle Brother's 17L helicopter hovers above rice fields
    ------分隔线----------------------------