• When to Fly Rye

    When to Fly Rye0

    Planning to fly on a cover crop of cereal rye into standing corn or soybeans is a good idea for growers seeking to gain soil health benefits.  However, make sure the timing is right, advises Jerrel Roth, co-owner of Rother Aerial Spraying of Milford, Nebraska. That means making sure daylight is penetrating the crop canopy. 

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  • Aero Applicators and Aero Seat Demo Agricultural Aviation to Colorado Senator Cory Gardner

    Aero Applicators and Aero Seat Demo Agricultural Aviation to Colorado Senator Cory Gardner0

    by Jessica Freeman, Executive Director CoAAA Annually, Senator Cory Gardner conducts farm tours visiting varied agricultural operations all around the state of Colorado.  The purpose of those varied tours is to learn about current issues affecting rural populations and agricultural producers and look for future solutions.  On August 21, 2019, the tour brought Senator Gardner

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  • Bern Prewitt, Sr., Long Time Aerial Applicator and Industry Advocate, Passes

    Bern Prewitt, Sr., Long Time Aerial Applicator and Industry Advocate, Passes0

    Marion Bern Prewitt, Sr., owner-operator of Boyle Flying Service in Mississippi, passed away last week.  Prewitt was 81 years old and a life-long resident of Bolivar County, Mississippi. Prewitt served on the NAAA Board for a number of years.  In addition he served as Vice President in 2005.  He was also active in the Mississippi

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