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RMJ. 2022; 47(1): 213-216


Ecological and hygienic assessment and regulation of innovative technology of pesticide application using unmanned aerial vehicles

Andrii Borysenko, Anna Antonenko, Sergii Omelchuk, Sergii Bilous, Fedir Melnychuk.

Abstract
Objective: To carry out ecological and hygienic assessment and regulation of innovative technology of pesticide application using unmanned aerial vehicles.
Methodology: To conduct field research using the fungicide Amistar Extra 280 SC, we used an unmanned aerial vehicle (drone) for spraying fields Agras T16, DJI.
Results: The occupational risk with the use of UAVs did not exceed the allowable (<1). The formation of a significantly higher combined occupational risk for the UAV tank refueler (0.15±0.004 at p<0.05) is due to contamination of the skin and the inhalation effect of the pesticide.
Conclusion: The safety of the production environment for workers at all technological stages of work is reliably guaranteed when using the Amistar Extra 280 SC formulation from the air with an unmanned aerial vehicle in real conditions.

Key words: UAV application, workersÂ’ health, drift of pesticides, complex, combined occupational risk.


 
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Borysenko A, Antonenko A, Omelchuk S, Bilous S, Melnychuk F. Ecological and hygienic assessment and regulation of innovative technology of pesticide application using unmanned aerial vehicles. RMJ. 2022; 47(1): 213-216.


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Borysenko A, Antonenko A, Omelchuk S, Bilous S, Melnychuk F. Ecological and hygienic assessment and regulation of innovative technology of pesticide application using unmanned aerial vehicles. https://www.rmj.org.pk/?mno=126575 [Access: April 05, 2022].


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Borysenko A, Antonenko A, Omelchuk S, Bilous S, Melnychuk F. Ecological and hygienic assessment and regulation of innovative technology of pesticide application using unmanned aerial vehicles. RMJ. 2022; 47(1): 213-216.



Vancouver/ICMJE Style

Borysenko A, Antonenko A, Omelchuk S, Bilous S, Melnychuk F. Ecological and hygienic assessment and regulation of innovative technology of pesticide application using unmanned aerial vehicles. RMJ. (2022), [cited April 05, 2022]; 47(1): 213-216.



Harvard Style

Borysenko, A., Antonenko, . A., Omelchuk, . S., Bilous, . S. & Melnychuk, . F. (2022) Ecological and hygienic assessment and regulation of innovative technology of pesticide application using unmanned aerial vehicles. RMJ, 47 (1), 213-216.



Turabian Style

Borysenko, Andrii, Anna Antonenko, Sergii Omelchuk, Sergii Bilous, and Fedir Melnychuk. 2022. Ecological and hygienic assessment and regulation of innovative technology of pesticide application using unmanned aerial vehicles. Rawal Medical Journal, 47 (1), 213-216.



Chicago Style

Borysenko, Andrii, Anna Antonenko, Sergii Omelchuk, Sergii Bilous, and Fedir Melnychuk. "Ecological and hygienic assessment and regulation of innovative technology of pesticide application using unmanned aerial vehicles." Rawal Medical Journal 47 (2022), 213-216.



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Borysenko, Andrii, Anna Antonenko, Sergii Omelchuk, Sergii Bilous, and Fedir Melnychuk. "Ecological and hygienic assessment and regulation of innovative technology of pesticide application using unmanned aerial vehicles." Rawal Medical Journal 47.1 (2022), 213-216. Print.



APA (American Psychological Association) Style

Borysenko, A., Antonenko, . A., Omelchuk, . S., Bilous, . S. & Melnychuk, . F. (2022) Ecological and hygienic assessment and regulation of innovative technology of pesticide application using unmanned aerial vehicles. Rawal Medical Journal, 47 (1), 213-216.








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