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Cranberry growers see red over mite

By Franco Ordonez
Globe Staff / June 16, 2005

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A teeny, eight-legged bloodsucking parasite that has wiped out much of the country's honeybee population has regional cranberry growers on edge. The fear is that there may not be enough bees to pollinate their bogs, and so sharply reduce their harvest. (Full article: 693 words)

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