Photos: Honey bees pollinate 2013 almond crop

The annual rite of California almond pollination had some almond growers on edge this spring as reports suggested there could be a shortage of honey bees to pollinate California's 800,000 acres of almond tree blossoms. Yet, great weather during bloom and extra bees brought into the state helped avert an almond pollination problem. 

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