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Auster B.8 Agricola

-9 in total produced, 1 surviving model to this day.

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Piper PA-36 Brave

-You have to be brave to fly it because it has no struts

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Zlin Z37 Cmelak

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PZL Mielec M-18BS Dromader

-Two seat training variant of the Dromader, must have 'BS'

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Piper Pa-25 Pawnee

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Emair MA-1B Diablo 1200

-Manufacturer could also be seen as the Emroth-Emair. Exceedingly difficult to find pictures of this aircraft online. It seems the MA-1B usually has three prop blades and a spine to the vertical stabilizer. The MA-1 Paymaster usually has two prop blades and no spine.

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Zlin Z137T Agro Turbo

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Commonwealth Aircraft Co/CAC Ca-28 Ceres

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Ayers S2R-T45 Turbo Thrush

-Has a different engine when compared to the Ayers S24-T34 Turbo Thrush as seen by the engine intake scoop below the spinner.

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Gippsland GA-200 Fatman

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Ayers S2R-600 Thrush

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Hongdu N5A (none)

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Ayers S2R-T34 Turbo Thrush

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Ayers S2R-R1820 Bull Thrush

-Could also be seen just as the Thrush. The fast back canopy is a distinguishing feature.

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Emair MA-1B Diablo 1200

-48 of the MA-1B Diablo produced and 25 of the MA-1 Paymaster produced.

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Norman/NAC NDN-6 Fieldmaster

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Weatherly 201 (none)

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Norman/NAC NDN-6 Fieldmaster

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Yeoman YA-1 Cropmaster

-21 in total built after being developed from the Kingsford Smith KS-3 Cropmaster

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Grumman G-164B Turbo Ag Cat

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Air Tractor At-502 (none)

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Piper PA-25 Pawnee

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Snow S2A (none)

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Grumman G-164A Ag Cat

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Emair MA-1 Paymaster

-Has two prop blades instead of the three seen on the MA-1B Diablo 1200. Also lacks the vertical stabilizer spine that the MA-1B has.

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Piper PA-25 Pawnee

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Rockwell/AAMSA A9B-M Quail Commander/Quail

 

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Gippsland GA-200 Fatman

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Fletcher Fu-24-950 (none)

-Could also be seen with the common nickname Taskmaster in the United States.

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Ayers S2R-600 Thrush

-Most crop dusters can be identified by the landing gear alone as each manufacturer has a different design. S2R as a stand alone model number would be acceptable as well.

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Weatherly 620 Weatherly

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Transavia PL-12 Airtruk

-Airtruk is correct spelling

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Yeoman YA-1 Cropmaster

-21 in total built after being developed from the Kingsford Smith KS-3 Cropmaster

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Air Tractor AT-802 (none)

-edit 03.08.2017 Justin T: When not on floats the AT-802 is exclusively a two seat tandem set up. Replaced 'A' side image.

 

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Weatherly WM-62C (none)

-First attempt by John Weatherly to build a cropduster aircraft from the Fairchild PT-19. With this knowledge and lessons learned he then built the Weatherly 201.

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PZL Mielec M-15 Belphegor

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Ayers S2R-T34 Turbo Thrush

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Air Tractor AT-402 (none)

-Three bladed prop

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Piper PA-25 Pawnee

-"You have to Brave to fly the Piper PA-36 Brave, because it has no struts. You don't have to be brave to fly the Piper PA-25 Pawnee because it does have struts." -Scott Meyer

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Weatherly 201 (none)

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PZL Mielec M18 Dromader

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Ethiopian Airlines G-164B Eshet

-Once produced under license by the airline, best way to recognzie the aircraft is by the tail number

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Transavia PL-12 Airtruk

-Airtruk is the correct spelling

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Fletcher Fu-24-950 (none)

-Could also be seen with the common nickname Taskmaster in the United States.

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Embraer EMB-200/201/202 Impanema

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Kingsford Smith KS-3 Cropmaster

-Developed from the CAC CA-6 Wackett Trainer

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Yeoman YA-1 Cropmaster

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Norman/NAC NDN-6 Fieldmaster

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Auster B.8 Agricola

-9 in total produced, 1 surviving model to this day.

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Zlin Z137T Agro Turbo

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DINFIA IA 53 Mamboretá

-Only two were ever produced. Aircraft could also be seen with FMA as the manufacturer, either or would do in a write in situation.

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PZL Mielec M18 Dromader

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Commonwealth Aircraft Co/CAC Ca-28 Ceres

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PAC 8-600 Cresco

-Agricultural variant of the Fletcher Fu-24

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HAL HA-31 Basant

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Zlin Z37 Cmelak

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Piper PA-36 Brave

-You have to be brave to fly it because it has no struts

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PZL PZL-106 Kruk

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Air Tractor AT-301 (none)

-Common trait for all Air Tractor designs when it comes to the gear is to have one large singular strut with curve to it. Also, any number ending with a 1 denotes a radial engine, any aircraft ending with a 2 denotes a turboprop.

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Piper PA-25 Pawnee

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Embraer EMB-200 Ipanema

-Edit 4/10 Glenn, Spelling edit

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Air Tractor AT-301 (none)

-Common trait for all Air Tractor designs when it comes to the gear is to have one large singular strut with curve to it.

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PAC 8-600 Cresco

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PZL Mielec M-15 Belphegor

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Air Tractor AT-402 (none)

-Three bladed prop

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PZL PZL-106 Kruk

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PZL Mielec M-18BS Dromader

-Two seat training variant for the Dromader, Must have 'BS'

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Airtractor AT-802F Fireboss

-Floats mean's it's a boss

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UTVA UTVA65 Privrednik

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Cessna C-188 Ag Wagon/Ag Pickup

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PZL PZL-106 Turbo Kruk

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Ayers S2R-600 Thrush

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Air Tractor AT-802 (none)

-Generally, the AT-802 when not on floats will have a longer cabin than the AT-602 to provide tandem seating.

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Bennett PL-11 Airtruck

-Only two produced. Could it show up on a test? Maybe. Also note the engine difference between this aircraft and the Transavia PL-12 Airtruk.

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Eagle Aircraft Co. DW.1 (none)

-Large wings that look as though they are about to break off; also the tips of the wings are tapered giving this aircraft an odd look.

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Air Tractor AT-301 (none) 

-The gear for most crop dusters can be pretty specific

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Piper PA-36 Brave

-"You have to Brave to fly the Piper PA-36 Brave, because it has no struts. You don't have to be brave to fly the Piper PA-25 Pawnee because it does have struts." -Scott Meyer

-Note the Piper tail design is much more angular on this aircraft when compared to its bretheren the PA-25 Pawnee

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PZL Mielec M18 Dromader

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Air Tractor AT-504 (none)

-2 seat side-by-side ag trainer

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Antonov An-2 Colt

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Eagle Aircraft Co. DW.1 (none)

-Large wings that look as though they are about to break off; also the tips of the wings are tapered giving this aircraft an odd look.​

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Ayers S2R-600 Thrush

-In a write in situation just S2R would be perfectly acceptable for the number designation.

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Gippsland GA-200 Fatman

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Air Tractor AT-602 (none)

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CallAir A-5 (none)

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Emair MA-1B Diablo 1200

-Manufacturer could also be seen as the Emroth-Emair. Exceedingly difficult to find pictures of this aircraft online. It seems the MA-1B usually has three prop blades and a spine to the vertical stabilizer. The MA-1 Paymaster usually has two prop blades and no spine.

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Grumman G-164A Ag Cat

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PZL Mielec M18 Dromader

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CallAir B-1 (none)

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Piper PA-36 Brave

-"You have to Brave to fly the Piper PA-36 Brave, because it has no struts. You don't have to be brave to fly the Piper PA-25 Pawnee because it does have struts." -Scott Meyer

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Zlin Z-37-2 Sparka

-2 Seat training variant, often referred to as Cmelak, but the Encyclopedia of World Aircraft refers to it as Sparka

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Air Tractor AT-802 (none)

-Nearly impossible to differentiate between the AT-802 and the AT-602. A minor difference being the air intake on the right side of the cowling usually has a split top half and bottom on the AT-802.

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Ayers S2R/600 Thrush

-Telling cropdusters apart can be accomplished by looking at the different types of landing gear which vary from manufacturer to manufacturer.

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Weatherly 620BTG none

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