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Army Sgt. Savana Smith, Arkansas Agricultural Development

Army Sgt. Savana Smith, Arkansas Agricultural Development

Army Sgt. Savana Smith, Arkansas Agricultural Development Team 2, and Ahmed Mohammad, a beekeeper, stand in front of his new hives March 24, 2011, at a Qalat City nursery. Mohammad received eight new hives for ... More

Ahmed Mohammad holds a honeycomb frame while a beekeeper

Ahmed Mohammad holds a honeycomb frame while a beekeeper

Ahmed Mohammad holds a honeycomb frame while a beekeeper pulls another from a hive at a Qalat City nursery, March 24, 2011. Arkansas Agricultural Development Team 2 provided three Zabul farmers will beekeeping ... More

A beekeeper looks at frame of honeybees, March 24,

A beekeeper looks at frame of honeybees, March 24,

A beekeeper looks at frame of honeybees, March 24, 2011, during a bee hive drop off at a Qalat City nursery. Soldiers from Arkansas Agricultural Development Team 2 provided beekeeping training and equipment to ... More

Ahmed Mohammad pulls out a frame of honey combs he

Ahmed Mohammad pulls out a frame of honey combs he

Ahmed Mohammad pulls out a frame of honey combs he just received from the Arkansas Agricultural Development Team 2, March 24, 2011, at a Qalat City nursery. ADT 2 recently trained the 16-year-old farmer how to... More

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