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A survey was started in May 1919, by the Interim Forest Authority, to ascertain the forest insect conditions in the British Isles, with special reference to felled areas and recently formed plantations. The main object of the survey was to determine the location, extent, and nature of the chief forest insect outbreaks and to decide what control measures were likely to prove most useful against them. The survey was concluded in September 1919.

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