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The UAV plant protection in our county has entered the "sharing" era

in the past two years, the UAV plant protection has become a highlight of agricultural spring ploughing in our county. However, there are some pain points in the plant protection UAV industry, such as strong seasonality of plant protection, low efficiency of UAV use, high equipment procurement cost and fast iteration. Recently, a new "shared UAV plant protection mode" came into the public eye, which is expected to solve the current problem

the "shared UAV plant protection mode" in our county was launched by Dajiang Technology Co., Ltd., which provided the plant protection UAV equipment and technology, and the planters shared it in the form of payment

at present, there are two fixed sharing modes: one is the free flying defense mode with drugs. The planters purchase plant protection pesticides from Dajiang Technology Co., Ltd., and the company provides free flying defense operation services for the planters. The price of pesticides is the same as that of county-level wholesalers; The second is the lease mode, in which the grower pays for the lease of pesticides prepared by himself, and the lease fee varies from RMB yuan per mu according to the difficulty of operation

according to Wan Minxin, manager of Lujiang service station of Dajiang Technology Co., Ltd., at present, the "shared UAV plant protection mode" has been fully popularized in three towns of Guohe, Tangchi and Baishan, and other towns are also gradually promoting it. Dajiang company plans to place plant protection UAVs in each town, strive to achieve one in each village, and station in each village to train famous UAV operators. Later, the villagers will serve the villagers

senior engineer of county agricultural and rural Bureau Xuxiangyang, the former director of the office of the Bureau of agricultural machinery, proudly said to: "there were 48 original plant protection UAVs in our county, and more than 30 shared UAVs were introduced this year. Last year, the vocational farmer training program of the County Agricultural Committee trained 120 professional operators, and in this year's training for the sharing mode, 100 shared UAV operators were trained, and the number of air defense Mu also reached 200000 mu. The development of UAV plant protection in our county can be described as springing up."

what is the magic of sharing UAVs? The answer was found in the mouth of Xu ran, an engineer of Dajiang Technology Co., Ltd

non proportional stress, etc. according to Xu ran, the new shared UAV launched by Dajiang company has been the leading one in China in terms of technology. On this basis, the new UAV has systematically formed a stepped down wind farm for enterprise talent team, which can press pesticides to the bottom of crops, and the atomization effect is excellent. The spraying effect is far better than manual operation; Secondly, the UAV spraying is environment-friendly and safe, avoiding the poisoning of spraying personnel; The most important thing is that the UAV has a short spraying time and high efficiency. Under the normal operating environment, it can basically guarantee an acre per minute, which is far more than the efficiency of manual spraying

under the sharing mode, Dajiang Technology Co., Ltd. can carry out "migratory bird" scheduling of equipment nationwide according to the farming time in different regions. The farming time in our county is generally from April to September, and the farming time in the south to Hainan, Hunan and other places can reach November. If a UAV is purchased by the grower, the annual utilization rate is only about 1 month. Through this sharing mode, The utilization rate of UAVs can be increased to 6 months or more, so that resources can be optimized and integrated, equipment idleness and waste can be avoided, and the use cost of plant protection UAVs can be greatly reduced

in addition, due to the separation of man and machine, UAVs are directly stationed in the village, and flying hands are localized. Even one mu of land can be used for operation. Farmers can rent or even share according to their own needs. This also reduces the threshold for using UAVs, and really liberates farmers from the difficulties and tiredness of injecting drugs and drugs

during the interview, I also met Mr. Gao Xing, a large grain grower in yefushan town. He contracted 800 mu of arable land in Fuyuan. Last year, he used drones to spray pesticides and achieved good results. This year, he is still preparing to rent drones from Dajiang company for flight prevention. He said with deep feeling: "in the past, spraying pesticides required many people to work for many days, which was slow and difficult to find. Now, one person and one UAV can spray pesticides on 200 mu a day, and all farmland operations can be completed in three to four days, which is not only convenient but also saves a lot of money."

the safe guarantee, efficient operation and low cost make the farmers taste the sweetness of the sharing mode, and make the "sharing UAV plant protection mode" have a good mass base

it is understood that if you apply for the purchase of plant protection UAVs in our county, you can enjoy a subsidy of 16000 yuan for each agricultural machine. At the same time, you can also enjoy a certain subsidy for flight prevention according to the size of plant protection projects, which provides a good soil for the rooting of UAV enterprises. When UAV enterprises are subsidized, the natural cost will be reduced, and the rental price will also be reduced, so the growers will naturally be able to obtain more benefits. Xuxiangyang introduced that in the process of agricultural cultivation, plant protection and fertilization have always been weak links, and the shared plant protection UAV has made up for this shortcoming with a large number of experiments showing advanced technology, high efficiency and low cost. With the development of technology, the future prospects must be very broad. The agricultural and rural Bureau will also provide better policy guarantee and relevant guidance for the promotion and popularization of shared plant protection


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