TRICHOGRAMMA SPREADING SYSTEM FROM A DRONE
The use of drone-mounted Trichogramma spreading systems is revolutionizing the field of agriculture. But what exactly is Trichogramma?
Trichogramma is a parasitic wasp species used to control pest populations in crops. Traditionally, Trichogramma wasps were released manually, which was rather time-consuming and labor-intensive. With the advance of the revolutionary drone technology, ABZ Innovation aims to integrate this system into precision agriculture in the most efficient way possible, helping to reduce the workload of farmers while focusing on sustainability and cost-effectiveness.
Traditionally, Trichogramma insects were released by hand, which was quite time-consuming and labor-intensive. With the development of revolutionary drone technology, ABZ Innovation has integrated the method into precision agriculture in the most efficient way, developing a Trichogramma spreading system from the L10 PRO drone, helping to reduce farmers' workload while focusing on sustainability and profitability. Drones can cover large areas in a short period of time, reducing the labor required for manual release. They can also reach remote areas and rough terrain that may be difficult for workers to access. Equipped with GPS and mapping technology, the drones can precisely target specific areas, increasing the accuracy of Trichogramma release and reducing the risk of over- or under-application. Spreading Trichogramma with drones eliminates the need for human labor near crops, reducing the risk of exposure to pesticides and other chemicals.
Let’s look at some of the most convincing benefits of using a Trichogramma spreading system with your drone:
Drones can cover large areas in a short amount of time, reducing the labor needed for manual releases. They can also reach remote areas and uneven terrain that may be difficult for human workers to access.
Drones equipped with GPS and mapping technology can precisely target specific areas, increasing the accuracy of Trichogramma releases and reducing the risk of over- or under-application.
Drone-mounted Trichogramma spreading eliminates the need for human workers near crops, reducing the risk of exposure to pesticides and other chemicals.
Drone technology can help reduce labor costs associated with manual Trichogramma releases and reduce the need for specialized equipment.
Trichogramma spreading systems mounted on drones are more environmentally friendly than traditional methods, as they reduce the number of pesticides and chemicals used in agriculture.
Overall, drone-mounted Trichogramma spreading systems offer a more efficient and effective solution for pest control in agriculture compared to traditional methods. With the ability to precisely target specific areas and reduce the need for manual labor, these systems are helping to improve crop yields and enhance environmental sustainability.
- Precise and effective
- 8-liter tank
- Can hold up to 800-1200 pellets
- Can treat up to 36 hectares/hour
The precise and effective Trichogramma (or parasitic wasp) spreading system utilizes one of the most widely used biological control methods. Its 8-liter tank can hold up to 800-1200 pellets – depending on pellet size. This allows up to 8-12 hectares to be treated in one take-off, amounting to an hourly performance of up to 36 hectares.
The Trichogramma spreading system is available for the ABZ Innovation L10 PRO and M12 models.