Experiments in aerial topdressing took place after the Second World War, and soon a successful agricultural industry developed. However, topdressing aircraft often flew low over rugged terrain, and accidents were common. This photograph of a Fletcher Walter aircraft pulling up after a low run dramatically illustrates how risky such flying can be.
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