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Scale-up plant protection unmanned aerial vehicles. Drones are developed and used for plant protection by sowing, pesticide and fertilizer spraying, and crop and field monitoring. In particular, drones used for cash crops over mountains and forests that address the real pain points for farmers are very attractive. A drone can be purchased or leased through a shared economy.
DJI and XAG provide universal tech and solutions that can be applied in many scenarios (platform-driven drone solutions). Usually, a drone will fly around to assess and monitor the site routes then will be analyzed and designed for the second drone to implement certain tasks (e.g. spraying pesticides or fertilizers). (An investment professional in agriculture)
Its positive impact includes increasing productivity and saving cost with higher efficient use of pesticides and fertilisers.