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Ag planes drop seeds, pesticides
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MONROE - Small planes flying low over fields to drop seeds, pesticides and herbicides have caused concern among some rural residents in Green County, but pilots say there is nothing to fear. Damon Reabe has been flying planes since 1997. His family business, Reabe Spraying Service of Plainfield, has been in business since the late 1940s, and Reabe has flown over fields across the state.