National Farmers Day: How is AI and drone technology effective in modern farming?

National Farmer’s Day 2023: Today is National Farmer’s Day. This day is also known as Farmer’s Honor Day. Farmers Honor Day is celebrated in India on 23 December. This day marks the birthday of Chaudhary Charan Singh, the fifth Prime Minister of India. Charan Singh was the Prime Minister of India from 28 July 1979 to 14 January 1980. National Farmers Day is celebrated every year on 23 December to commemorate the birth anniversary of former Prime Minister Chaudhary Charan Singh. He is remembered for being the fifth Prime Minister of India and his contribution for the upliftment of farmers across the country. He was a farmer leader and introduced various policies to ensure improvement in the lives of farmers in India.

With changing times, there has been a lot of change in farming. In today’s time, advanced technologies like drones and artificial intelligence are being used in the agriculture sector to increase the income of farmers. Although all this is still in the initial stage, but it will help in increasing the yield of the fields and livelihood of the farmer brothers, while the cost of farming will also reduce.

AI and drones are such future-oriented technologies that can revolutionize the agriculture sector. Drones are already being used in the agricultural sector for spraying insecticides and other activities, but their use is being promoted on a large scale through the participation of the government and the private sector. Companies providing agricultural technology solutions are empowering and empowering farmers by equipping them with new solutions.

With the implementation of cutting-edge technologies like drones and artificial intelligence, farmers will be able to face the competition in the global market as well as improve the efficiency of farming. These technologies are helpful in identifying crop diseases and predicting pest attacks as well as in efficient use of fertilizers and water management. With the help of these technologies, farmers can make better crop planning by taking wise decisions based on real-time data.

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