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Honeybees brought in by Merrimack Valley Apiaries pollinated cranberries on Nantucket yesterday.

Crops need pollen -- and cross-country beekeepers

Trucking effort vital as parasite kills off hives

By Beth Daley
Globe Staff / June 20, 2006

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NANTUCKET -- Wes and Glenn Card gingerly eased two flatbed trucks wrapped in fine mesh screens off the 6 a.m. cargo ferry from Hyannis yesterday and slowly rumbled over a downtown cobblestone street, taking care to not shake loose their valuable payload. (Full article: 1234 words)

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