Beekeepers blame dead hives on state
A number of beekeepers are mad as hornets about what they view as the lack of federal and state support to prevent major losses in their industry one that supports honey production in Hawaii and provides a large number of queen bees for colonies that pollinate crops on the mainland and in other countries.
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Since: Jul 09
#1 Jan 9, 2011
What these good folk in Hawaii don't realise is that the International Monetary Fund managers do not recommend subsidising the beekeeping industry.
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