Spraying cotton against pests, 1938

Spraying cotton against pests, 1938

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Caption: Spraying cotton. Farm workers praying a crop of cotton (Gossypium sp.) with a pesticide to eradicate army worms (Spodoptera frugiperda). This pest is the caterpillar stage of a moth. Photographed in La Forge, Missouri, USA, in 1938.

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