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Agricultural aviation - indispensable in the intensification of agriculture and the protection of woodlands


, : Agricultural aviation - indispensable in the intensification of agriculture and the protection of woodlands. Presseinformationen Ministerium fur Land , Forst , und Nahrungsguterwirtschaft, Berlin ( 64): p.3

Interflug, the GDR agricultural aviation enterprise set up in 1956, now has the technology to enable a variety of chemical spraying activities to be carried out in the plains, foothills and mountain areas.

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