I was reading about modern crop dusters that are blessed with 600 or more horsepower turboprops and have seen them do amazingly effortless high angle of bank turns near the ground.
It seems that a slow rate of power increase would make this type of flying much more dangerous. I had imagined using air bleed gates to close and raise combustion chamber pressure instantaneously, along with more fuel. This would involve an overdesigned compressor.
Is this how it is done?