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UNITED STATES - FEBRUARY 20: Honeybees feed off of bulk nectar, a thick brown substance used when bees do not collect natural nectar during the off-season, in an almond orchard near Bakersfield in Wasco, California, U.S., on Friday, Feb. 20, 2009. Colony Collapse Disorder, the malady that's been killing bees and has threatened $15 billion of pollinated U.S. crops since 2006, appears to be subsiding according to farmers, beekeepers and scientists. (Photo by Phil Hawkins/Bloomberg via Getty Images)
UNITED STATES - FEBRUARY 20: Honeybees feed off of bulk nectar, a thick brown substance used when bees do not collect natural nectar during the off-season, in an almond orchard near Bakersfield in Wasco, California, U.S., on Friday, Feb. 20, 2009. Colony Collapse Disorder, the malady that's been killing bees and has threatened $15 billion of pollinated U.S. crops since 2006, appears to be subsiding according to farmers, beekeepers and scientists. (Photo by Phil Hawkins/Bloomberg via Getty Images)
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