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What are the Benefits of Spraying with Drone?


The use of spraying drones, which is becoming more and more widespread day by day, brings many different advantages in economic and ecological terms. Effective results in drone spraying applications made by agricultural engineers, technical staff, farmers, local authorities and agricultural input producers accelerate the transition of new users to this technology. Produced with different technical features for different targets and purposes, drone types successfully fulfill their duties in every region of our country and in every crop type. The main benefits of spraying with drones can be listed as follows:  


  • Provides increased productivity: Agricultural spraying products applied equally and in a balanced manner, thanks to the use of agricultural spraying drones, show the maximum effect in the fight against the target disease or pest. The product, which reaches the entire field or garden, on the crop, and all vegetative organs such as branches, leaves, stems and buds in equal and balanced amounts, helps to minimize yield losses by showing more effective success in agricultural control.  


  • Reduces environmental pollution: Incorrect dosage and uneven distribution on field basis, which are frequently encountered especially in manual applications of pesticides and herbicides, pose a great risk for the environment and human health. On the other hand, spraying applications with professional drones allow much less pesticide to be applied to a much larger area by spraying continuously and equally. Unmanned aerial vehicle technology is a unique aid for farmers, helping to reduce the use of agrochemicals, avoid the constant exposure of applicators to pesticides, and prevent farmers from suffering economic losses.


  • Reduces agricultural input costs: Agricultural machinery and equipment park, which each farmer must have individually, can cause very high costs. Many equipment such as pulverization equipment, high pressure pumps, liquid mixing tanks, hoses, reels, which must be owned according to the crop grown and the geographical conditions of the agricultural land being processed, cause initial investment and maintenance/repair costs afterward. However, thanks to agricultural drone technologies, more effective spraying applications are made with much more affordable costs by using an application-based service procurement system according to the size of the agricultural land. While many input items such as labor, depreciation of fixed assets and operating costs are reduced; Obligations such as maintenance, repair and spare parts are also eliminated.

How to Spray with Drone?


The agricultural land, which is examined by making a preliminary flight, is scanned by looking at diseases and pests, irrigation efficiency, and the condition of the plant in the development process, and deficiencies are determined. The pesticides to be used in the field or garden where the application will be made are prepared in accordance with the dosages that should be reduced to the decare specified by the manufacturers and filled into the liquid tank on the drone. Thanks to the GPS technology, the agricultural spraying dock, which scans the entire land without leaving any unapplied lines and without skipping lines, completes its task by applying the same amount of pesticide to each region. Thanks to this application, which is fast, economical and much safer in terms of human health, efficiency losses are minimized.


How Many Liters Does Agricultural Drone Carry?


Agricultural spraying drone may have liquid tanks of different capacities depending on the size of the land to be applied. The most widely used spraying drones today have liquid tanks with a capacity of 10, 20 and 30 liters. Thanks to the developing and advancing drone technology, a new and higher capacity capacity that can meet different needs.  spraying drone models are offered to users. You can choose the most suitable agricultural drone for your agricultural land from Baibars products .

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