- Drone services will ensure uniform spraying and less exposure to chemicals, while also saving farmers’ time and addressing the farm labour shortage
- The company plans to expand its drone services in other parts of India soon
Recently, an emerging crop protection solution provider, ADAMA India, introduced its drone spraying services called ‘ADAMA Fly High Drones’ for farmers at Guntur, Andhra Pradesh. Sahin Ozkan, CEO of ADAMA India inaugurated this spray service. ADAMA team, farmers and retailers were also present during the event. The 2009-born company believes that the drone services will help farmers gain uniform spraying across their crops, increase productivity and ensure their safety from higher exposure to chemicals.
Sahin Ozkan remarked on the occasion, “Drone technology is an important advancement in Indian agriculture, that offers multiple benefits to Indian farmers, from better and uniform spraying, safety, optimum use of chemicals and much more. We are happy to be a part of this revolution at the ground level, by launching ADAMA Fly High, superior spray technology to farmers, along with our broad portfolio of crop protection solutions.”
Saying that ADAMA India always prioritized the needs of the farmers, he added, “We work closely with them to understand their challenges and offer simple solutions to address them. With our new drone spraying services, our goal is to ensure that farmers get all the benefits of this advanced technology, easily and effectively.”
It must be noted that although ADAMA launched the Fly High drone spray service in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana, the company plans to expand in other regions soon.
Headquartered in Hyderabad, ADAMA India Private Limited is the Indian subsidiary of ADAMA Agricultural Solutions Ltd., an Israeli company working in farmer-centric agricultural solutions, with operations in more than 100 countries.