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Apr 14, 2010

Locusts Attack Wheat & Barley Crops in NSW, Australia

Photo courtesy of ABC News, Australi
NSW could be facing its worst locust plague since 2004.

Locusts have wiped out thousands of hectares of crops in central-west NSW and are being reported in parts of northern Victoria.

For more see: Markham, Brad.  "Locusts ravage NSW, cross Victorian border," ABC TV, Australia, 14 April 2010.

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