A chemical is sprayed with the help of army aircraft to kill malaria mosquitoes and cotton boll weevil in the United States.
United States USA Date:1930 Duration:1 min 9 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Aircraft dust cotton fields and swamps to kill boll weevil and mosquitoes in the United States. A hangar. A pilot and crew members stand in front of the hangar which has three compartments. Officers and civilian pilots of aircraft check a map of the area to be dusted. U.S. Army aircraft De Havilland DH-4M2 in the background. Crew members prepare two De Havilland DH-4M2 for the take off. The aircraft dust the cotton fields. Swamps are sprayed to destroy malaria mosquitoes. The aircraft hedge-hop over swamp lowlands and tree covered terrain dusting the spray. A haze over the area.
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