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Bee Whisperings

  • ABout 50,000 airmiles are flown to gather every pound of honey.
  • Not one male bee participates in making honey. 100% Female made!
  • The word honeymoon, as early as 1546, signified that the 1st month of marriage is the sweetest.
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  • The harmless male bee, a drone, has no stinger. His sole purpose of the hive is to mate, once…
  • The worker bee only makes about 1/12 teaspoon of honey in her lifetime.
  • To fill a 1# bottle of honey, the bees will visit over 1/2 million flowers.
  • The hive has 50,000 bees inside at night during honey flow.
  • The lifetime of a gathering bee is only about 3 weeks, tattered wings prevent the return to the hive.
  • The bee keeper was stung an average of 3 times a day gathering the honey you eat.
  • The honey bee was preserved in amber (rock), age 80 million years ago.
  • Honey is the only food that includes every nutrient to survive including water.
  • The ancient Egyptians to the Vikings fought over Honey used it as money, and when fruit was scarce, honey was used to make wine.
  • Bee whispers are more seen than heard. A bee dance conveys the secret location of nectar to gather to the watching ladies.
  • Gourmet Honey is gathered from one flower source and sold on the merits of its unique taste.
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    ABC News

    Fact check: Is two-thirds of Australia's food production reliant on bee pollination?
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    Experts told Fact Check that crops reliant on bee pollination represented closer to 35 per cent (about one-third) of total food production. They said that although around 75 per cent of all crops get some benefit from pollination by bees, this was not ...




    TNW

    Pollinating drone bees can't replace honey bees, ecologists calculate
    TNW
    The successful demonstration of remote-controlled "drones-bees" by Netherlands' Delft University of Technology (TU Delft) has been making news since ...

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    The Guardian

    Invasion of the 'frankenbees': the danger of building a better bee
    The Guardian
    Industrial agriculture imposes its own threats: a mania for monocultures has led to shrinking foraging habitats, while, according to the US Environmental Protection Agency, bees employed in commercial pollination, in which hives are stacked high on ...




    The Guardian

    Robotic bees could pollinate plants in case of insect apocalypse
    The Guardian
    Intensive modern farming methods and the unravelling consequences of global climate change are said to have put the future of the common bee under threat like never before. But in Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands a group of scientists ...

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    Science Daily

    In the absence of bees, flies are responsible for pollination in the Arctic region
    Science Daily
    Mikko Tiusanen, MSc, investigated in his doctoral dissertation the structure and functioning of plants and their pollinators in Arctic regions. "Up north, there are very few Apidae, such as bees and bumblebees, so other insect groups bear the main ...




    Digital Journal

    Robotic insects could pollinate plants should bees collapse
    Digital Journal
    The new concept of the robotic bee comes from Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands. In a laboratory, researchers are developing a robotic bees model that could be used to pollinate plants should an insect apocalypse happen. Developing ...




    Envirotec

    AI smart hives will help arrest the decline in bee populations, says group
    Envirotec
    The new programme aims to use cloud technology to better understand honey bees, the world's most important single species of pollinator in agricultural ecosystems. “The World Bee Project Hive Network” will remotely collect data using a network of ...

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    EarthSky

    Bees stopped buzzing during total solar eclipse | Earth | EarthSky
    EarthSky
    In the path of totality of the August 2017 total solar eclipse, bees stopped flying, says a study. "It was like 'lights out' at summer camp."
    Study: Bees Went Silent During Total Solar EclipseVoice of America

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    talkbusiness.net

    Key to profitable honey farm work is finding the 'right balance' with bees
    talkbusiness.net
    Bees from Coy's Honey Farms pollinate watermelons, cucumbers and squash in Arkansas. Row crops such as soybeans are wind-pollinated and don't require bees for pollination. But bees can enhance their productivity, Richard said, and soybean yields can ...




    ABC News

    Should vegans stop eating almonds and avocados?
    ABC News
    In places such as California, there are not enough local bees or other pollinating insects to pollinate the massive almond orchards. Bee hives are transported on the back of large trucks between farms — they might go from almond orchards in one part ...

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