A World Without Bees

Nov 20, 2013

Almond trees rely on bees to pollinate during their brief bloom for a few weeks in February.
Almond trees rely on bees to pollinate during their brief bloom for a few weeks in February.
Credit Winfried Rothermel / APN

You don't have to look the world over for evidence that honeybees are in trouble. A global disaster is in the making, and it's evident right in our backyards. Today Growing on the High Plains looks at the worries of beekeepers in Western Kansas, and the things we'll lose from our table when we lose the honeybees. Get ready to say so long to a myriad of fruits, nuts, and vegetables that depend on the honeybee for pollination.

 

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