Very cool video filmed by the guys at Jones Air, Australia. Great images showing the dangers but also the thrills of aerial crop dusting. This job requires not only great skill but also a lot of attention, one of the main reasons this profession has such a high number of fatal accidents is the high number of power lines these pilots must avoid while trying to get the best coverage possible, and that is just during the day. Imagine what these guys face during night flying… Enjoy the Air Tractors and their pilots at work in this great aerial crop dusting video.


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    October 4 2014 @ 5:26 pm

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    Marcos said

    December 2 2014 @ 4:46 pm

    Oh oh, another trick I lenraed is to create a “Lonely Socks” bag or bin so when you have single socks you have a place to put them in case another pair has one get a huge hole or the dryer decides to cough up the sock. This would also be a good place to look for socks to dust with; especially since some of them are kid sized and should/could be used by them. Great tips Morgs, Thanks!

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    Zanoba said

    March 9 2015 @ 7:48 pm

    How to fix slate that has collected dust dinurg the drying process?I work at a flooring store and we acid washed and sealed some slate for a customer. we gave it 2 days drying time. But on the 3rd day we began tearing up the wood floors for some new wood floors and the dust has made a considerable difference on the newly sealed floors. You can tell the difference from the pantry. I just want advice on what can be done to get it back to the way it was after we sealed it. We’ve mopped it and it just looks dull. Please help. the customer was very happy until then.

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