THE honeybee population appears to have survived the winter in better shape than a year ago but still faces several significant threats, Purdue University honeybee specialist Greg Hunt said.
After the brutally cold, wet winter of 2013-14 in much of the U.S., observers reported one of the largest bee die-offs ever recorded, with a mortality rate of about 65% just for Indiana, Hunt said. Based on his primary inv
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