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ADAMA India Introduces ADAMA Fly High Drone Spray Services

ADAMA India, a leading crop protection solution provider, launched "ADAMA Fly High Drones" for farmers in Guntur, Andhra Pradesh. Sahin Ozkan, CEO of ADAMA India, launched the drone spray service in the presence of farmers, retailers, and the ADAMA team.

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Drone spraying services is to ensure that farmers can easily reap the benefits of advanced technology.
Drone spraying services is to ensure that farmers can easily reap the benefits of advanced technology.

The ADAMA Fly High Drone services will assist farmers in achieving better and more uniform spraying across their crops, as well as addressing the farm labour shortage. Drone spraying technology will save farmers time while also protecting them from increased chemical exposure.


"Drone technology is an important advancement in Indian agriculture, offering multiple benefits to Indian farmers, from better and uniform spraying, safety, optimum use of chemicals, and much more," said Sahin Ozkan, CEO of ADAMA India, at the launch.

We are excited to be a part of this revolution at the ground level by introducing ADAMA Fly High, superior spray technology to farmers, in addition to our extensive portfolio of crop protection solutions."


"ADAMA India always prioritizes the needs of farmers, and we work closely with them to understand their challenges and offer simple solutions to address them," he continued. Our goal with our new drone spraying services is to ensure that farmers can easily and effectively reap the benefits of this advanced technology."

One of the most important applications of drones in agriculture is their ability to move quickly and manoeuvre to specific locations. Drones with this capability spray fertilizers and insecticides to nurture crops and provide them with the nutrients they require.


ADAMA launched the Fly High drone spray service in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana, with plans to expand across the country soon. Farmers can schedule the services by contacting their local ADAMA dealer/representative or calling the toll-free number 1800-103-4991.


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