A tray from a hive holds thousands of dead bees belonging to Reynaga Pollination of Reedley. The insects, needed by many Valley farmers for pollination, were killed in early February. County officials are trying to figure out how.
A tray from a hive holds thousands of dead bees belonging to Reynaga Pollination of Reedley. The insects, needed by many Valley farmers for pollination, were killed in early February. County officials are trying to figure out how. Marie Reynaga Special to The Bee
A tray from a hive holds thousands of dead bees belonging to Reynaga Pollination of Reedley. The insects, needed by many Valley farmers for pollination, were killed in early February. County officials are trying to figure out how. Marie Reynaga Special to The Bee

Bee deaths soar in this year’s pollination season, but why is proving to be a whodunit

March 17, 2017 4:17 PM

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