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South Bay history: Aircraft firm based in Torrance created an innovative crop duster in the 1950s

Summary by Daily Breeze
Until I heard from Carlos Gomez, I hadn’t given much thought to agricultural aviation, more commonly known as crop dusting, and its relation to the South Bay. Gomez mentioned his father Antonio once worked as an engineer for Transland, a company based at the Torrance Airport that built the AG-2, one of the first airplanes specifically designed for crop dusting. Before we get to that, a little background on agricultural aviation. Its origin can b…

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