The Case of the travelling garden

Australia, 1972

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The Department of Customs checks on all plants being brought into Australia and administers agricultural quarantine regulations. Travellers are required to leave behind all fruit and vegetables, flowers and bulbs for these may be disease-carrying. Australia is fortunate in having so much agriculture which is free from any overseas pests and diseases. Uses animation. (For the Plant Quarantine Publicity Campaign, 1972).

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