Sustainable Problem: Sustainable Agriculture
Pollinators such as bees and butter flies help produce 75% of the world’s crops by pollination. Unfortunately, many insect pollinators are facing extinction.
Researchers in Japan are testing out drones to be used for pollination. These drones carry pollen from one plant to another allowing them to be pollinated and reproduce without the help of insect pollinators.
- Grocery Stores
- Farmers Markets
- Create awareness about incest extinction and pollination issues.
- Continue to perform research on drone capability and technology.
- Pilot this technology at local farms, gardens, and parks.
- Secure incentives and funding means to produce more pollination drones.
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3 thoughts on “Drone to Help Pollination”
This is fascinating, however I am curious how this would affect any natural pollination cycles existing in the region, if at all!
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I’m just curious, how far up in the sky will these drones fly? Will they collide with birds flying in the sky?