Propelling our Customers to Higher Yields

Aerial Application
In an industry where time is of the essence to protect your crops Scott Aviation Inc. can help!

Aerial Application is a cost effective way to ensure that your spraying program is on track; compared to ground application methods, aerial spraying won't damage fields with soil compaction, or disease transfer. 

Our goal is to always provide our customers with the most efficient, professional, and timely aerial application serivce as possible.
Call (970) 867-8414 for pricing and scheduling options.

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Our Fleet

AT-602: N602BA

Wide swath. Fast ferry times. Big payloads. It’s easy to see why the AT-602 is a hard-working favorite of ag operators. Its 630-gallon (2.385 L) hopper and 12,500 lb. (5.670 kg) gross weight make the AT-602 a logical next step with you need to turn your operation’s productivity up another profitable notch.

R44: N4504L

* Excellent coverage, especially in smaller or irregular fields
* Ability to manoeuvre around obstacles & irregular boundaries due to slower flight speeds
* NO Airstrips required
* Less Ferry time
* where obstacles exist helicopters are able to get to optimum spray height quicker and remain at that height longer when exiting the field resulting in better coverage. 
 To get a better estimate of potential damages of ground application, simply enter your estimates below

Things to consider before using the calculator: 


Damages will be at there highest when the tire width increas while the boom swath width decreases. 

Even when crops look to recover visually often you can later notice that these areas lag behind the rest and will ripen later, if at all. Each crop is different and damages will vary with crop type, crop stage,and other variables but a general average seems to be 40% damage to from the tracks of ground spraying equipment. 

If the tires of the towing vehicle and spraying equipment do not run the same track, you will need to add both figures together to input into the machinery wheel width.

For further questions, please call 
               Dan Widener

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