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Early report from the California almond orchards

I have an acquaintance who is doing some research work on bees.  Here's an early, quite disturbing, report from that quarter:

Subject: “They are going to find a new name for this after this year,” said Denise Qualls of The Pollination Connection, “it’s more than Colony Collapse.”

Bee-Suited Bureaucrats descend on California’s Central Valley


Described by Joe Traynor of Bakersfield based Scientific Ag Company, as a perfect storm – at least 800,000 bee colonies…


Added by Taylor Horst on March 1, 2013 at 8:46am — No Comments

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