Posts From Graham Lavender

Air Tractor AT-802 series marks 25 years & 700 airplanes

When Air Tractor AT-802A, bearing serial #0700 took off last month for its home in Valencia, Spain, the occasion was not just an airplane production

Apocalypse on the plains

The Great Plains of the central United States have seen fire play a role in its history for thousands of years. The vast grasslands emerge

“hou” it’s done

Husband and wife team Justin and Ashley Houston (pronounced House-ton) build an aerial application business from the ground up. There are many aerial application businesses

Thrush 510P earns 10,500 lbs. gross weight certification

Certification applies to all new Thrush aircraft – as well Thrush 510P’s built from 2006 forward and modified with new kit coming from the company.

News from the 2016 NAAA Convention in Long Beach

Read the latest press releases from the 2016 NAAA Convention in Long Beach, California

Tri-County Ag on display in Colorado

Editor’s Note: Often times, spectacular images appear in the many news feeds that AgAir Update monitors about agricultural aviation. Such was the case for these

Helicopter aptly suited for tebuthiuron pellet applications

by Graham Lavender According to the U.S. Forest Service, the United States has about 770 million acres of rangelands. Over half is owned by private

More agav coverage and a facelift

More agav coverage and a facelift Last month was a busy one for everyone at AgAir Update. September 1st marked the launch of the new

Ag aviation in Maine

Located in the New England region of the United States, Maine is the easternmost state and the northernmost east of the Great Lakes. It is

Thrush Aircraft’s Feeding The World Tour stops at Air Repair Open House

Thrush Aircraft continued their Feeding The World Tour with a stop at Air Repair in Cleveland, MS. The dual cockpit 510G was on hand for

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