Home-Demand for Aerial Applicators on the Rise

Demand for Aerial Applicators on the Rise

Ag workers are in high demand in the sky as well as on the ground.

After a record-breaking year for the amount of acres sprayed with fungicides by air in 2021, farmers, co-ops and aerial applicator companies are all making plans to prepare for the 2022 season.

This year, Kiman Kingsley’s family business is already booked to train four new ag pilots each month. Kingsley Brothers Plane Cents Aviation in Lawrence, Missouri, is the only such ag aviator training facility in the Midwest.

Read more at: https://magicvalley.com/

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