Pakistani drones to revolutionize agriculture sector: Minister

ISLAMABAD: Minister for Science and Technology Fawad Chaudhry has said that the drones made in Pakistan have the ability to spray 16 litres of pesticide.
Fawad Chaudhry took to Twitter said that the Pakistani drones have the ability to spray 16 litres of pesticide for 18 minutes at a stretch.

In a tweet, the federal minister wrote that locally-produced agricultural drones laced with crop-monitoring capability will usher in a revolution in the agriculture sector.
The minister further wrote that the entire crops had to be sprayed but now drone sensors help recognize the affected areas which are then sprinkled with pesticide.

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The manufactured Pakistan-made drones to tackle locust swarms. Drones will be used to spray insecticides and pesticides on fields in the country. The ‘Made in Pakistan’ drones will be available in markets across the country at a very low cost.
Drones will be used to spray insecticides and pesticides on fields in the country. According to details, the Pakistani engineers have prepared locally made drones for farmers to kill and contain locust swarms in the country.
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