Carmel Newsreel II-270, December 12, 1958

Damage to Israeli Agriculture due to Sandstorms and Lack of Rain

1958
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Damages to Israeli Agriculture due to Sandstorms and Lack of Rain. The fields are dry and attempts are being made to water them with sprinklers. Due to the weather, the Bedouin farmers in the Negev have to plow and sow the fields anew. Following the damages caused by the weather, starlings raid the fields and destroy them, and then arrive locusts and further destroy the crops.

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