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The treatment of locust swarms by air attack, the spraying of the reafforested regions against various tree diseases, the regular cleansing and stimulation of our grain and root crops are all subsequent rationalizations of these practices of the Age of Frustration.
And we believe that when all of this area is planted, at the rate the comrades of the reafforestation brigade are advancing, there will be some 10,000 caballerias of reafforested land in this zone within a few years, with tens of thousands of precious trees.
What a magnificent reward there would be if only some of the acres were afforested, or reafforested and protected from fire?
Nor is it any great compensation to observe that certain small tracts of hill-side behind Morano are being carefully reafforested by the