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    Published 3 December 2016 Referencing Hub media
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    Each bag of flowers is fed into a machine that lightly chops them up. A spinning drum separates the small anthers, which contain the pollen, from the rest of the flower parts. The anthers fall into a tray beneath the drum. The flowers pass through three drums to make sure all the anthers are collected.

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