Precision Crop Spraying

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With a 30 liter spraying tank, the DJI Agras T30 takes aerial spraying efficiency to new heights. A revolutionary transforming body enables more effective spraying, especially for fruit trees. Using DJI digital agriculture solutions, the T30 helps reduce fertilizer use and increase yield with effective, data-driven best practices.

Introducing DJI’s latest crop spraying wonder drone, the DJI Agras T30 (with a 30-litre payload) is another massive leap forward for the drone crop spraying industry!


Eliminate Blind Spots with a Spherical Radar System

The spherical radar system perceives obstacles and surroundings in all environments, weather conditions, and viewing angles, regardless of dust and light interference. Automatic obstacle avoidance and adaptive flight functions help ensure safety during operation.

By incorporating crop-spraying with intelligent mapping, spraying can be targeted. Drone crop-spraying reduces operational costs and environmental impact whilst ensuring full and precise coverage with GPS autonomy and radar assisted terrain-follow capabilities.



1. Accurate Farm Analysis

Through a method called drone photogrammetry, drones can help farmers and agronomists create highly accurate maps called orthomosaics. With drone mapping software such as Pix4DFields or Drone Deploy, images captured by drones can be stitched together to get a topographical map of the farmland. Drones can be fitted with different types of cameras like RGB, multispectral and thermal cameras that will allow farmers to gain access to different forms of data.

Data from these maps will help farmers make necessary adjustments to ensure that the land stays healthy and productive. As drones are easy to deploy, farmers can obtain field data as often as they want which will help them identify problems as soon as they occur and allow them to put together a plan of action and reduce any negative effect these issues may pose.

2. Time & Cost Saving

One of the main benefits of using smart technology in agriculture is the reduced time it takes to complete many tasks. Drones are much more time-efficient than manned aircraft for things like mapping, surveillance, and crop spraying. Drones are also used to plant seeds, spray crops with water, fertilisers, pesticides and herbicides. As many of these operations can be carried out through intelligent flight modes, they are semi-automated which results in less time being spent on the field which saves farmers money on labour equipment.

3. Improved Crop Yields

Drones allow farmers to obtain crop data fast and frequently, this keeps them on top of things like irrigation issues, plant disease and soil condition. All these things need to be at optimal conditions for crops to thrive and farmers can meet crop yield expectations.

Through precision agriculture, farmers and agronomists can improve overall crop yield by data-driven variable rate prescription. By using remote sensing technology, farmers will easily be able to identify areas of the field that are not producing healthy crops, find out what the problem is and only target that area for any treatment that may be required. This will improve the overall quality of the crops, improve yield and save money in the long term.

4. Safer Way To Spray Crops

Pests and plant disease are always going to be an issue for farmers, spraying chemicals manually will always pose a health hazard and is very time-consuming and labour-intensive. Using drones to treat infected plants is much safer and more efficient than manual labour and using land-based machinery. Smart drones also come with autonomous flight modes, this will allow farmers to plan flight paths only around areas that need to be treated and leave the healthy parts of field free from unnecessary chemicals. Not only is this a safer way to treat crops but farmers will also save money by not wasting treatment on plants that don’t need it.

5. Helping Fight Climate Change

By reducing the use of chemicals through data-driven targeted treatment and reducing the need for tractors for this purpose, drones can help reduce pollution, help the environment and help in the fight against climate change.


We use precision equipment to deliver precision quality!

With the revolutionary branch-targeting technology and adjustable arms, the Agras T30 penetrates thick canopies with oblique spraying, ensuring uniform adhesion of liquid pesticides and increasing the number of droplets by 100%. With the help of the Smart Agriculture Cloud Platform and cloud-based mapping, users can manage a 3D digital orchard on their smartphone, making it easy to get started with digital agriculture.


The DJI Agras T30 is one of the newest crop spraying drones that is suitable for all types of agricultural spraying needs, It boasts a huge 30 litre tank, a robust design that can be flown in harsh weather conditions thanks to its IP67 rating and can cover around 40 acres in one hour. It comes with an optimised plunger that can pump out 8 litters per minute and comes with 16 nozzles that have a spray range of 9 meters. The drone has a front and back FPV camera for improved visibility and it has an advanced spherical radar system for safer flying.

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