A cropduster from Fountain Flying Service sprays a wheatfield near Uniontown WA.

Cropdusters catch up.

Cropdusters have been catching up with the needs of farmers to spray rust(a fungus)on wheatfields. Many farmers have already started applying thier third application of spray for rust. Rust grows on the leaves of wheat plants and decreases farmer's crop yields substantionally. Rust likes cooler wet wheather which we have been having plenty of this year.

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