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NOT so SWEET! LOW NECTAR production leads to HONEY DROUGHT

 
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NOT so SWEET! LOW NECTAR production leads to HONEY DROUGHT
Victoria's commercial beekeepers say they are facing one of the worst seasons on record with nectar production falling dramatically.

Ken Gell, of the Victorian Apiarists Association, says 60 per cent of the state's commercial honey is produced in the Bendigo and Ballarat regions.

He says the wet winter and cool spring means there has been plenty of green growth but he says the plants and trees needed for commercial honey production have not been flowering.

[link to www.abc.net.au]

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I'm happy to see there are plenty of bee-lovers here.

Bees RARELY sting (wasps and hornets do 98% of that) and there's no reason to fear them. I think all land owners should consider getting a hive of bees. Get your kids involved.

Everyone should buy honey and eat it everyday as well, it is a superfood (manuka especially).


This is an interview I did with Dr. Reese Halter. He is the bio-conservationist on MSNBC and we discuss everything about bees.. check it out!




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Re: NOT so SWEET! LOW NECTAR production leads to HONEY DROUGHT
It's been the same in the UK, too short and wet a Summer has ment that only a fraction of the usual flowers have bloomed. And if the bees die out.......
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It's been the same in the UK, too short and wet a Summer has ment that only a fraction of the usual flowers have bloomed. And if the bees die out.......
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 5440021


The bees won't die out if the bee keepers leave leave them with their honey this year. Commercial bee keepers routinely take every drop of honey, and they give the bees buckets of high fructose corn syrup to live on. Then they complain that their bees are weak and dying.
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Re: NOT so SWEET! LOW NECTAR production leads to HONEY DROUGHT
WW3 is about too kick off,maybe,thats why the bee's are dieing,i think this was deliberate so that world food shortages affect this war,someone benefits from the bee's dieing,you cant win a war if you cant feed your soldiers.

bee's do so much more than make honey,we shouldnt even take their honey from them,its the least they can get from the good they do.

just a thought.
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My honeybees produced very little this year. left all the honey in the hives for them to feed over winter.

Had one hive swarm TWICE this year! Been a strange bee year all around.
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plenty here.
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plenty here.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 28095651


northern nsw.
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It's been the same in the UK, too short and wet a Summer has ment that only a fraction of the usual flowers have bloomed. And if the bees die out.......
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 5440021


The bees won't die out if the bee keepers leave leave them with their honey this year. Commercial bee keepers routinely take every drop of honey, and they give the bees buckets of high fructose corn syrup to live on. Then they complain that their bees are weak and dying.
 Quoting: samanthasunflower


^ CORRECT! ^

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I guess that means no more making mead this year. I you don't have a bunch put away, you better think about another drink.
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My honeybees produced very little this year. left all the honey in the hives for them to feed over winter.

Had one hive swarm TWICE this year! Been a strange bee year all around.
 Quoting: Lady Jane Smith


oo, you are a beekeeper?

i planted a lot of flowers for bees this year.
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My honeybees produced very little this year. left all the honey in the hives for them to feed over winter.

Had one hive swarm TWICE this year! Been a strange bee year all around.
 Quoting: Lady Jane Smith


oo, you are a beekeeper?

i planted a lot of flowers for bees this year.
 Quoting: pink cat


I have 6 hives of Italians.

The most fascinating little creatures!
Life is karma and karma always reflects both past and present circumstance. Our time here is short, so choose carefully and behave well, for all of your tomorrows are presently being decided.

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"A fool thinks himself to be wise, but a wise man knows himself to be a fool."
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It's been the same in the UK, too short and wet a Summer has ment that only a fraction of the usual flowers have bloomed. And if the bees die out.......
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 5440021


The bees won't die out if the bee keepers leave leave them with their honey this year. Commercial bee keepers routinely take every drop of honey, and they give the bees buckets of high fructose corn syrup to live on. Then they complain that their bees are weak and dying.
 Quoting: samanthasunflower


Damn those commercial bee keepers!!! High fructose corn syrup was invented for soda-addicted sheeple, not bees!!!
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The bees over here are all dying from colony collapse disorder.. it's a disease that was found to be caused by all the monsanto pesticides infecting the flowers bees collected their nectar from. It's getting very little media attention of course
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suckage
 Quoting: pink cat


My honeybees produced very little this year. left all the honey in the hives for them to feed over winter.

Had one hive swarm TWICE this year! Been a strange bee year all around.
 Quoting: Lady Jane Smith


First of all.. Congrats on your new status...hf

This is an important issue... for all of us.
The plight of the honeybees is a direct result of ecosystem failure.

We should pay heed...
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Re: NOT so SWEET! LOW NECTAR production leads to HONEY DROUGHT
The bees over here are all dying from colony collapse disorder.. it's a disease that was found to be caused by all the monsanto pesticides infecting the flowers bees collected their nectar from. It's getting very little media attention of course
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 23533816


'Of course' is right!

Besides this, something that just happened to occur to me today -visiting a rose garden, is that all the hybrids tend not to have much scent, I think especially the ones that do well with hot humid fungus-prone summers. Made me wonder if that could be related to colony collapse disorder, too. 'Ornamental' fruit trees are often advertised with the reassurance that they don't actually produce fruit. We know what a pain that would be, right? -staining your driveway, littering your lawn, shudder! So it seems like all the food crops would have been bred to be 'improved' in some way, but less natural, for years, even before the monsanto atrocities.
Another thing is 'european' honeybees weren't native in north america and had to be introduced. similarly, earthworms were accidentally introduced, and not native. Without both, agriculture as europeans had known it would not have been possible. Ever wonder if the European-descendants themselves are not going to be permitted here in future? I think i've read earthworms are in decline too [chemtrails?]
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