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Winter Moths

UK, 1951 (MIFF 1953, Shell Films)

Director: J. V. Durden

One of "Plant Pests and Diseases" Series. Deals with Winter Moths, which are particularly harmful in the fruit-growing areas of Britain, France, Holland, and Denmark.

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