India’s agricultural sector has generally now not saved tempo with new era, depending in large part on conventional strategies.
However start-ups specialising in drone era are looking to exchange that – one farm at a time.
Those firms are encouraging farmers to make use of drones to watch the well being of plants and spray them with fertiliser and insecticides. The craze comes amid the government’s formidable plan to make India a hub for drones through 2030.
The BBC’s Arunoday Mukharji travelled to Kancheepuram district within the southern state of Tamil Nadu to know how farmers are adapting to running with the software on their fields.
Video through Jaltson Akkanath Chummar and Saraskanth TK