We were excited about the arrival of the latest agricultural drone from the Agras range, the DJI Agras T50, but at the same time we were concerned about what to expect from the new features and overall performance of the drone.
As a leading dealer of agricultural drones, we had the opportunity to work with this drone and test its features for over half a year before its official launch.
In the following articles on our blog we will bring you detailed features, interesting facts, insights and most importantly the results of our field testing of the drone.

Have our fears been confirmed?

Our biggest concern was the change to a magnetic impeller driven pump as well as centrifugal spray nozzles, as we know that the biggest weakness on the previous DJI Agras T30 was the pumps and nozzles.
However, the fears did not come true, the change to this type of spraying system was justified and most importantly significantly more efficient.
The pumps do not come into contact with the spray liquid, which guarantees a longer service life of the pumps as well as a smoother operation of the nozzles.
Centrifugal spray nozzles also impressed us in a positive way, they can handle the application of thicker products, which was a problem with the previous model and which complicated the work of the drone.

New features

In addition to the new spraying system, the Agras T50 differs from previous models with added features.
The most important and most interesting is the mapping function. Thanks to the UHD camera, which has an adjustable angle, it is possible to map fields with the T50 and prepare a mission right in the field. This function is made possible by the new 8-core processor in the remote controller with a 7-inch display.
Compared to the Agras T30, the drone is significantly more agile and the movements during liftoff , return or during a mission are smoother – it feels as if you are controlling the drone even during automatic flight.

Is the 11-meter range realistic in our conditions?

The priority of our testing of the T50 was to see if, in the working conditions in which service providers find themselves, the drone can provide a steady 11-metre sweep and, more importantly, and even coverage of crops.
As is our custom in coverage testing, the testing was done under realistic conditions, with indicator papers and a number of combinations that can occur on the job.
The DJI Agras T50 did not disappoint, the 11-meter range is a reality and the coverage, which is the most important factor, is achieved. However, we will bring you a detailed analysis of our testing in future articles, as there are combinations of speed – droplet size – dose – width of coverage, which we prefer to avoid.


The DJI Agras T50 is the drone we’ve been waiting for. Not so much the increased tank volume as the amount of new features this model has brought us. The new features will guarantee you the efficiency and speed to get that promised 21 hectares per hour – yes, it’s possible.
We will bring you a more detailed analysis of the features and our testing in the following articles that we will prepare for you. Don’t hesitate to subscribe to our newsletter so that you don’t miss out on important information that could make your work more pleasant and easier in the future.