On April 29, in the Chaduo Village, Zhangdu Township, Dazi District, Lhasa, Tibet Autonomous Region, unmanned tractors carried out land cultivation in the fields. Heilongjiang Beidahuang Agricultural Reclamation Group donated 2 Lovolo Apos intelligent tractors to Tibet Autonomous Region. These two intelligent tractors use Beidou navigation assisted automatic driving system to complete land cultivation and precision sowing under unmanned driving. It is reported that Tibet's agricultural production has basically shifted from relying mainly on human and animal power to relying mainly on mechanical power. In 2019, the total power of agricultural machinery in Tibet reached 6.8 million kilowatts, and the comprehensive mechanical rate of main crop cultivation and harvesting reached 64.02%. China News Service reporter He Penglei

Release time: 2020-04-29 19:00:42 [Editor: Zhai Lu]