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Food / Bee Concern #921610

FNC Evening News for Friday, Feb 09, 2007
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(Studio: Shepard Smith) Report introduced.

(State College, Pennsylvania: Rick Leventhal) US food suppliers’ concerns over the mysterious death of honey bees, which pollinate a large portion of crops each year, examined; details given on scientists’ struggle to understand the colony collapse disorder; scenes shown of bees and from a lab. [Beekeeping specialist Maryann FRAZIER†- comments on the disappearance of colonies.] [Professor of entomology Diana COX-FOSTER†- talks about problems with the bees’ immune system.] [Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture Dennis Van ENGELSDORP†- comments.]

Smith, Shepard;
Leventhal, Rick

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