The everyday of our family farm
That looks an expensive job, I hope it doesn't rain and have to be done again.
Yes, I can't imagine they would be cheap to get in to do the job.
Wow. We are hearing helicopters a lot at the moment, but they are transporting damaged skiers and snowboarders rather than spraying crops.
That doesn't sound very good at all. Hope you don't hear too many more of them.
I take it you no longer need any more rain? What a strange and wonder fun country we live in!Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne
We're not complaining about the rain. It is always welcome. It just gives us another challenge to deal with....
I have not seen a helicopter used for spraying,but around here we do use small planes for that all the time.
There are planes being used here too but mostly for spreading fertilizer at the moment.
Too wet, are farmers never satisfied :-) All our crops in Rhodesian days were plane sprayed but not by helicopters. The pilots used to think it was great sport trying to fly under the electricity cables!!!!!! Diane
Looks costly. Yikes.
And the sky still doesn't look happy.