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Colony Collapse Disorder continues to baffle researchers and beekeepers

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Researchers around the globe continue to look for the causes of what’s being called “colony collapse disorder” with honeybees.  Agriculture depends on bees to pollinate the crops needed for market and in turn the family dinner table.  As Florida’s 89.1, WUFT-FM’s Brittany Wienke reports, researchers and beekeepers alike say there are several possible causes for the problem.

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