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1994 Pacific Northwest honey bee pollination survey


, : 1994 Pacific Northwest honey bee pollination survey. National Honey Market News ( 12): 9-10

Beekeepers in Washington and Oregon, USA, owning more than 25 honey bee colonies and providing pollination services were surveyed. Replies were received from 36 beekeepers, of whom 22 were 'commercial' (> 300 colonies), collectively owning 26 910 colonies. The 14 'sideliners' (25-299 colonies) collectively owned 1678 colonies. Commercial beekeepers provided 95% of the 78 421 colony rentals reported.

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