Category:Aerial topdressing

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English: Aerial topdressing is the spreading of loose solid materials such as soil, fertilisers or seeds over agricultural land via the use of aircraft. Aerial topdressing was developed in New Zealand in the 1940s, and was rapidly adopted elsewhere in the 1950s.