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Hive removal boosts production for almond growers.

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Researchers have found improving the timing of removing bee hives from almond crops during pollination can help improve production.

The nut is highly dependent on insect vectored-cross pollination, with about 215-thousand hives transported into the major almond growing regions each year.

Rural reporter, Eddie Summerfield caught up with New South Wales D-P-I Technical Specialist Elizabeth Frost to hear about the latest research.

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