Footage has emerged of a light plane in New Zealand landing, picking up supplies and taking off in less than a minute. To make it even more impressive, the pilot lands on a tiny bumpy grass runway.
The Aerowork brand plane can be seen in the video landing on the bumpy "runway", with New Zealand's stunning rolling hills in the background.
Once the plane lands, the pilot does a quick U-turn before more fertiliser is dropped into the aircraft - all within a few seconds.
Less than one minute after landing, the plane takes off again, from the grassy runway.
This type of aircraft is commonly referred to as a "crop duster" and is often used to drop pesticides or fertilisers onto crops.
Homegrown Farm Fresh shared the video on Instagram and Facebook explaining the process of dropping calcium carbonate into the soil.