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Global agricultural drones market to be worth US$4.3bn by 2022

Regional analysis for agricultural drones market is studied in different geographic regions such as North- America, Europe, Asia-Pacific and rest of world, and suggests that the global market will be worth US$4.3bn by the year 2022

13950908853 177c223196 zAgricultural drone market will be worth US$4.3bn by 2022. (Image source: Lima Pix/Flickr)

North America has acquired the largest market share in agricultural drones market due to growth in use of drones in California vineyard for making better wine. Europe is the second largest region leading which is driven by crop spraying methods which has led to precise and accurate spraying of pesticides and chemicals on slopes. Asia-Pacific region drives India in boosting its agricultural sector under the mission ‘Make in India’ which increases the need of agricultural drones in market.

The Global Agricultural Drones Market is growing rapidly over 27 per cent of CAGR and is expected to reach at US$4.3bn by the end of forecast period.


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