Aerial Planting: Up in the air

Can the art and science of aerial rice planting become the new no-till farming for rice producers?

Arkansas Farm Bureau shares why planting by air can be a very helpful option for growers.

When referring to aerial planting, Robert Stobaugh says having that tool in the toolbox is helpful to staying on schedule.


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