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Can we plant trees using drones?

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anurag98

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Hey, I got this crazy idea wether it's possible to plant trees using drones and moniter the growth. Because it's getting more important to plant trees and humans doesn't seem interested. So if anyone of u find this idea interesting.. Please message me and share it with your geeky friends for help.
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Hello anurag98,

 

FYI

UK company Dendra plans to plant 500 billion trees by 2060 – using AI and drones.

The drones can plant 120 seedpods per minute.

The WWF estimates we’re losing 27 football fields of forest every minute due to deforestation.

A drone can plant two trees per second, according to UK tech company Dendra, which is aiming to “re-green” the planet.

https://www.weforum....-deforestation/


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Thank for the reply.

The company u mentioned is like a company. But I was planning something like a Non profit organization.. That'll work to plant everywhere on the earth.. And get donations in return.

Edited by anurag98, 10 June 2021 - 11:52 AM.

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