National Geographic : 1935 Jun
Photograph from Melville Chater CALIFORNIALIKE IN FORM AND ASPECT IS THIS CITRUS GROVE NEAR SALISBURY,SOUTHERN RHODESIA Through the grove runs the cement-lined irrigation ditch. At the right natives operate a standard spraying outfit for combating insect pests, with two reserve drums of fluid close at hand. At the left center a four-mule team draws a cultivator. In recent years the export of citrus fruits has increased enormously, the growers operating through a cooperative exchange.