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“Start the job in 5 seconds… 3, 2, 1.” As soon as the countdown ended, an agricultural drone took off slowly. In a Majiayou orchard in Danan Town, Guangfeng District, Shangrao City, Jiangxi Province, instructor Liu Pei led a fruit farmer student to circle the flying plot on the mobile app, set the flight speed, flight altitude and dosage per mu. Start to operate drones for plant protection operations. With the strong airflow of the propeller, the tiny water mist is evenly sprayed on the fruit trees.
This is the third time that Liu Pei has been invited to Guangfeng District for drone training. More than 20 Majia pomelo growers came to learn the theoretical knowledge and operation practice of drones. According to Liu Pei, the trainees can “leave the apprenticeship” after 3 to 4 days of training, and they can consult at any time if they encounter any problems in the future.
It is understood that the Majiayou industry is the leading agricultural industry in Guangfeng District, with a planting area of more than 190,000 mu. Recently, it is in the expansion period of Majiayou, and the Majiayou in the mountains is covered with orange fruit bags. Fingers lightly weighed the fruit, feeling heavy.
“In the past, farmers used traditional methods of plant protection, and one person could only work 3 to 5 acres a day, which was difficult to catch up with the farming time.” Xu Weifeng, deputy director of the Fruit Industry Management Office of Guangfeng District, introduced that through the visit and study, Guangfeng District found that the application of drones is suitable for To meet the needs of modern agriculture, we purchased two extremely flying agricultural drones in May. Today, one person and one machine can operate 200 mu to 300 mu a day.
In addition to saving time and effort, the two drones also played a significant role in this year’s drought relief. Zhu Xinrong, the head of the Xinrong Planting and Breeding Professional Cooperative in Guangfeng District, calculated an account: “For 460 acres of garden land, 18,000 catties of water would be needed for manual work, but now, drone operations only require 4,000 to 5,000 catties of water. Peng Zhengjun, a technician from Guangzhou Jifei Technology Co., Ltd., said that agricultural drones use centrifugal atomization spraying and precise flow control technology to spray more accurately and evenly, thereby saving a lot of water.
Agricultural drones have changed the traditional agricultural production methods, with good operation quality, low cost and strong adaptability. In the application field of agricultural drones in China,