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Machines ease rural labor shortage

China Daily 26.03. 03:18

Machines ease rural labor shortage

Holding a remote control, Gong Ming, a farmer in the eastern province of Anhui, skillfully operated three drones that were spraying herbicides on 100 hectares of winter wheat. "Each drone carries 20 kilograms of herbicides and can spray more than half a hectare in 10 minutes," said Gong, adding tha»»»

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