CROP-DUSTING TEXAN. The Transland Company of California, U.S.A., has for many years been converting surplus World War II aircraft into crop-dusters. In conjunction with the Texas A. & M. College, Transland designed and constructed the AG-2. The AG-2 utilises equipment of a specialised nature which includes such refinements as rotary hopper gates, agitators and pumps. Two complete and separate dispersion systems are built into the airframe, one to deal with fluids and the other with powders. Power comes from a 450-h.p. Pratt & Whitney Wasp R-985 engine . Span 42 ft .; length 27 ft. 11 in . ; height 9 ft . 8 in.