DANGER. Painted Apple Moth. "We were copping too much flak with aerial spraying." 15 March, 2003.
An enormous explosion has just occurred behind some nearby houses. A startled onlooker is told by the men from the Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries eradication team that they have had to resort to this means of eradicating the Painted Apple moth as aerial spraying is causing too much trouble from residents who are afraid of the effects on health of the spray.
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