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Beet Armyworm Infestation Falls to Under Five Per Cent

Calling Farmers | September 16, 2014
The Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries is reporting that the Beet Armyworm infestation that has been plaguing St Elizabeth, has declined to less than five per cent in cultivations still affected by the pest.
Presenter: Prince Moore
Producer: Joel Samuels
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