As the bee population continues to decrease, a recent study from Colorado State University suggests that the hemp plant could save the bee population. Currently, bees pollinate about 1/3 of the global food supply. Researchers say that during the late blooming season where other plants become scarce, bees are able to pollinate hemp as an alternative. Since pollination makes food production possible, researchers are hopeful that the bee population will increase with hemp production. To read the full article from Medical Marijuana News CLICK HERE.