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SOCHI, RUSSIA (RECENT - APRIL 9, 2019) (REUTERS) FARMER, ASYA MINASYAN, HOLDING HIVE FRAME WITH HONEY COMBS AND BEES ON IT VARIOUS OF BEES AT BEEHIVES MINASYAN USING SMOKE CAN BY HIVE BEEHIVES IN GARDEN MINASYAN SHOWING BEE SITTING ON HER HAND BEES ENTERING BEEHIVE MINASYAN HOLDING HIVE FRAME WITH HONEY COMBS AND BEES ON IT (SOUNDBITE) (Russian) FARMER, ASYA MINASYAN, SAYING: "Without bees the ecology will change. That will be a disaster. The bee is basically our life." BEES ON HONEY COMB (SOUNDBITE) (Russian) FARMER, ASYA MINASYAN, SAYING: "Well, basically the chestnut trees have begun to dry out - there are few of them left. Because of the climate (change), the ecology, half of the chestnut trees have dried out. Most (of the trees) are now linden. So they (bees) make honey - linden and chestnut. There is less of the chestnut, but they are still making some." MINASYAN PLACING HIVE FRAME IN BEEHIVE BEES IN BEEHIVE SOCHI, RUSSIA (RECENT - APRIL 13, 2019) (REUTERS) VARIOUS OF DRIED CHESTNUT TREE SOCHI, RUSSIA (RECENT - APRIL 11, 2019) (REUTERS) SCIENTISTS AT WORK SCIENTIST PULLING WING OFF BEE SCIENTIST PUTTING ON MICROSCOPE SLIDE (SOUNDBITE) (Russian) DIRECTOR OF BEEKEEPING RESEARCH CENTER, ANNA BRANDORF, SAYING: "The main type of plant that supplies nectar during the honey harvest is chestnut as well as linden. And now chestnut trees are beginning to die out. There are pests that have contributed to its dying out." WOODEN COMB WITH JARS OF HONEY INSIDE, IMAGE OF FORMER SOVIET UNION LEADER VLADIMIR LENIN IN BACKGROUND (SOUNDBITE) (Russian) DIRECTOR OF BEEKEEPING RESEARCH CENTER, ANNA BRANDORF, SAYING: "Now huge numbers of trees just die out and do so very quickly. The process is going very fast, it is not a long-term one, it does not take years. Huge numbers of chestnut trees die out literally within one year. HONEY JAR, PORTRAIT OF LENIN ON BACKGROUND (SOUNDBITE) (Russian) DIRECTOR OF BEEKEEPING RESEARCH CENTER, ANNA BRANDORF, SAYING: "The death of a chestnut tree naturally leads to the shortage of this type of product. And due to the fact that chestnut trees die out, many beekeepers cannot get any honey because this is the main plant for honey production." SOCHI, RUSSIA (RECENT - APRIL 13, 2019) (REUTERS) VARIOUS OF BEEHIVES SOCHI, RUSSIA (RECENT - APRIL 9, 2019) (REUTERS) VARIOUS OF BEE COLLECTING POLLEN AT ON CHERRY BLOSSOM

No Chestnut Trees, No Honey - Beekeeping At Risk In Russia's South

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By: Reuters

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