Tom Johnson, right, an agronomist with Kamprath Seeds, speaks in an orchard near Livingston on Tuesday about mustard flowers that were sown to provide food for bees in advance of the almond pollination in February.
Tom Johnson, right, an agronomist with Kamprath Seeds, speaks in an orchard near Livingston on Tuesday about mustard flowers that were sown to provide food for bees in advance of the almond pollination in February. John Holland jholland@modbee.com
Tom Johnson, right, an agronomist with Kamprath Seeds, speaks in an orchard near Livingston on Tuesday about mustard flowers that were sown to provide food for bees in advance of the almond pollination in February. John Holland jholland@modbee.com

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