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Abacus Releases Crop Dusting Missions for FSX

Posted on Sun, 15 Jul 2012 16:45:08 GMT

Have you tried crop dusting with FSX? If not, here is your chance!

Abacus has announced its release of Crop Dusting Missions, a product that comes with three full missions, airplanes designed for the task, and audio programs for the crop dusting missions.

Crop dusting, also known as aerial application, involves using a purpose-built agricultural aircraft to spray crops with pesticides, fertilizers, and fungicides.

Screenshot from the Abacus crop dusting mission.

Screenshot from the Abacus crop dusting mission.

This package comes with three complete missions set for FSX, and it includes a new agricultural aircraft AT-802 crop duster to fly, an audio program, and special objects to use in the mission.

It will take you 4 – 6 hours to complete the missions.

Don’t worry if this is all new to you – the first flight will teach you the basics of crop dusting. After that, you will be ready to undertake the mission. You will be hired in Cut Knife, Canada, to spray five farms in the area.

In your last mission, you will be hired by a government department in central Iowa to spray for locusts.

This is a challenge you should not shy away from!

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JustinWed, 18 Jul 2012 21:46:48 GMT

How do I get the new missions?

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