The honey bee holocaust that never happened

With winter allegedly over, the results are pouring in: 85 percent of Ohio’s honey bees survived the season, beekeeping specialists at Ohio State are reporting. This is a huge relief for bee keepers and farmers across the state, who were on the edge of their seats all winter. Last year, a mysterious illness known as colony collapse disorder killed off 72 percent of Ohio’s bees, basically destroying the honey industry…
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