Honey Bee Research is the Solution to Almond Grower Pollination Needs

California’s almond bearing acreage is expected to mushroom about 22 percent in the next five years, from 615,000 bearing acres in the 2006-2007 crop year to 750,000 bearing acres in 2011. Yet what’s a stinging concern in the side of almond growers is whether adequate and healthy honey bee numbers will be available for crucial pollination every spring.

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