In December 1960, fish died in the Myrtle Creek, Myrtleford, after boom-spraying of tobacco nearby with DDT…
Wodonga fisheries officer, ***, quoted another case on the Myrtle Creek in 1963 when a flash flood had lifted a tin of poison from a normally safe place.
The tin had leaked and dead fish were found.
Newspaper Article 1966. (Victorian Pesticide Inquiry)