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New Drones Dealing With Spray Drift

Drones designed to spray broad- acre agricultural crops usually use fine droplets with a low water-to-chemical ratio to try and make up for their limited fluid carrying capacity.

This greatly limits their use, because extremely low water volumes are off-label and fine droplets are prone to drift, where they might take out a neighbour’s crop.

So Kitchener-based start-up, Forward Robotics, designed their drones to spray similar rates and droplet sizes to agricultural spray planes.

Read more on this story at the Western Producer.

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