Monthly Archives: September 2021

Why would bees reject a queen? Here’s what happens when they do

Eusocial insects represent the highest level of intelligence of insects. They feature community brood care, cooperative food collection and preparation, and division of labor. Additionally, bees, ants, termites, and other eusocial insects usually follow and serve the alpha female or queen of their colony. But what happens when a colony …

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Biological pesticide proves non-toxic to honey bees

Results were assessed by comparing mortality between treated and untreated control groups. Plant-based PureCrop1 gives bees and farmers a chance to grow together PureCrop1 is considered to be above the nominal dose of 25 g ai / bee and was not toxic when administered through contact with adult honey bees. …

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Auststorm asthma season is coming

Stormy asthma season has arrived and the risk of fatal events is expected to be higher than normal with a wet end of the year forecast. The Bureau of Meteorology predicts heavy spring rains for much of the country, increasing the risk of stormy asthma episodes in late spring and …

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India Honey Alliance (IHA) to host “Hive to Home 2.0”

New Delhi [India], Sep 30 (ANI / NewsView): India Honey Alliance (IHA), a collaboration of the entire honey value chain across the country, hosts an informative and interactive webinar – “Hive to Home 2.0” focusing on provision of information on honey, its health benefits, palliative and curative properties. The webinar …

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Knox County School Board calls for masking exemptions

KNOXVILLE, Tennessee (WVLT) – The Knox County School Board has filed a list of proposed exemptions for its federally-imposed mask mandate. The proposal comes after a judge ordered the school district to reapply a cover-up warrant following a lawsuit with three families from Knox County schools. According to court documents, …

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Media visionary Dave Mays launches hip-hop podcast network

Visionary Dave Mays’ breakbeat to produce diverse and compelling podcast content serving the global hip-hop community Tweet this Breakbeat rolls out a roster of shows featuring emerging talent and veteran voices, each designed to tap into the unique sensibilities of the multigenerational hip-hop community: The Don’t call me white girl …

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Donald Holman | Obituaries | Greensburg Daily News

Donald “Don” Holman, 88, of Brookville, IN passed away on Monday September 27, 2021. Don was a devoted husband to Rita and a wonderful father of four children, eight grandchildren and twelve great grandchildren. Don enjoyed working on his feeder pig and cattle farm, growing corn and hay to feed …

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CGI video falsely claimed to show ‘Oodhu Paavai’ factory

The claim: a video shows the medicinal plant Oodhu Paavai Thousands of users in multiple countries and social media platforms have shared a video which allegedly shows a strange-looking medicinal plant, called “Oodhu Paavai” in Tamil, blowing pollen into the air. But this is yet another case of digital artwork …

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Where to have coffee in Newport, Middletown, Tiverton RI

Despite limited space on Aquidneck Island, there are several independent local cafes here, offering locals and tourists a buffet of caffeine sources to choose from. For those looking to explore beyond Newport County’s 10 Dunkin Donuts, here’s a list of places to grab your next cup of coffee. Coffee grinder, …

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Beekeepers educate colonies about environmental threats

The Essex County Beekeepers Association (ECBA) is expected to open on Beekeeping Road at Topsfield Exhibition Center for the first time since the COVID-19 pandemic began about 18 months ago. In addition to beekeeping teaching methods, ECBA works to raise awareness of pests that threaten colonies. “They are definitely one …

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All About Honey in Greenville, SC

We believe we are a fan of the local mead | Photo by @wanderingbardmeadery It is finally fall, all of you – and you know what else is around the corner? Cold season. ?? Many of us know that honey can help relieve some of these allergy + cold symptoms, …

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Size, Growth and Key Players in the Organic Vegetable Market – Whitewave Foods, Abers Acres, Grimmway Farms, General Mills, Devine Organics, CSC Brands, Carlton Farms, Organic Valley Family of Farms, Ad Naturam, HONEY BROOK ORGANIC FARM

The Organic vegetable market The report offers high-quality information on key market trends, product types and their scope, competitive landscape and impact of the COVID-19 outbreak. The Organic Vegetables market study provides detailed market development prospects, an overview of the market size and value, and popular business trends. This research …

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Dry weather brings higher levels of pollen.

PANAMA CITY, Fla. (WJHG / WECP) – If you’ve been sniffling or sneezing a lot lately, it may be because the pollen count has increased. As dry weather sets in, pollen grains can travel more freely through the air. Ragweed, elm and grass are the current culprits of allergy triggers …

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Can cold air trigger asthma?

When the scorching summer temperatures start to subside, it seems like everyone wants to be outside. Picnics in the park, drinks on the terrace, morning jogging, it’s so pleasant! But as those early fall days give way to cool or even brutally cold temperatures, you might face another hurdle in …

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BEN Group and 605 join forces to measure the impact of product placements on viewer behavior through linear television

SHERMAN OAKS, CA, & NEW YORK – (COMMERCIAL THREAD) –BEN Group, the entertainment AI company that integrates brands into influencer, streaming, TV, music and film content, and 605, a leading television measurement and analytics company, today announced the findings of its partnership. The partnership, formed in July 2020, allows BEN …

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Gentians give color, food to bees

Deep purple caught my eye, an unexpected color in the middle of the palette in fall hues of gold, red and orange. I leaned in to take a closer look, thinking that maybe someone had dropped an artificial thing on this grassy, ​​busy path alongside a hardwood stand. But no, …

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More ‘deadly hornets’ roam free in Washington state

Washington state entomologists have so far destroyed two nests of the Asian giant hornet – dubbed the “deadly hornet” – so far this year and plan to eradicate another nest as they attempt to eliminate the insects, a invasive species that can kill bees and first appeared in the Pacific …

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Curious nature: bumblebees don’t laugh around evolution

A yellow bumblebee eee (Bombus fervidus) on a pink wild flower. Both native and non-native bees are important pollinators, but because native bees have co-evolved with the flowering plants in the region, they are better suited to pollinate these flowers.Natalie R. Pratt / Courtesy Photo Bee-believe it or not, bees …

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Explanation of the MiHoYo leak hunting decree

MiHoYo’s recent lawsuit against Bilibili sparked what fans are calling his “leak-hunting decree” – an attempt to stop the Genshin Impact leaks. In early September, Chinese game development company miHoYo apparently stepped up efforts against Genshin Impact leaks. Fans call miHoYo’s actions the “Leak hunting decree, “referring to the Vision …

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Try these strategies to improve the air quality in your home

Photo: fizke (Shutterstock) When we think of air pollution, it is usually in terms of an outside problem and something that we can escape once inside, especially inside our own homes. But that’s not how it works. Certain sources of air pollution, like animal dander and mites, come from us. …

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Subtropical storm Teresa rises from the ashes of Peter

Subtropical storm Teresa was circling over the Atlantic just north of Bermuda on Friday, September 24, 2021. (AccuWeather Enhanced RealVue ™ Satellite) The Atlantic had already produced more named storms than during an entire average hurricane season on Friday, September 24, with 18 on the books before subtropical storm Teresa …

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Farm in Croatia offers bee ‘hotel’ with busy owners

GARESNICA, Croatia, September 24 (Reuters) – A family in Croatia has opened a “bee hotel” offering productive beehives for sale to customers who want to keep bees but lack the time or space to care for them. tiny pollinators themselves. Domagoj Balja says the company is responding to the growing …

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The latest buzz – Seymour Tribune

An outdoor beehive that was recently captured and moved to Purple Shamrock Farm is shown. Greetings and greetings. My main subject, the lady in the white suit, entrusted me with writing this week’s column. She told me that would be all the buzz. You see, someone like me who is …

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Whiskey review: Templeton Rye aged 4 years

Editor’s Note: This whiskey was provided to us as a review sample by Templeton Distillery. This in no case, by our editorial policies, influenced the final result of this review. It should also be noted that by clicking the purchase link near the bottom of this review, our site receives …

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Bad allergies right now? Ragweed is probably to blame

Check out how long it will last and what you can do to minimize its impact. ARKANSAS, USA – Most of us probably associate bad allergies with spring pollen. This makes sense considering that spring is the time of year when trees flower and grass begins to grow. While pollen …

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Manuka Honey Market 2021 – Global Industry Size and Share, Sales, Consumption, Demand, Applications, Key Players Analysis Forecast to 2027

manuka honey is stacked with high nutritional properties and renovations. Its medical benefits include significant levels of cancer prevention agents that help reduce irritation and the invulnerable environment. Manuka honey is an extraordinary source of supplements such as fructose, glucose, nutrients, minerals, dust and protein and fills cells rich in …

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Producers, researchers and industry are working together on difficult questions – this is the “Bee Knees”

RDAR funding already supports University of Lethbridge research on queen and colony health Alberta Beekeepers Commission Executive Director Connie Phillips agrees having access to the right advice is essential to ensure Alberta continues to lead the country in honey production and seed pollination of hybrid canola and blueberries. “Connecting experts …

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Key Drivers of Global Manuka Honey Market 2021 – Comvita, Capilano, Pure Honey New Zealand, Watson & Son – Stillwater Current

The Global Manuka Honey Market contains the latest market plans and the new business improvement offered by MarketsandResearch.biz. The probable indispensable outcomes in the Manuka honey region are studied and the elements that are and will lead to the improvement of the business are merged. The assessment schematizes past events …

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Guide to the benefits of honey for beauty and well-being

There’s a reason the health benefits of honey have been rumored for centuries. With its nutrient-rich profile, the natural ingredient is one of the most versatile additions when it comes to your wellness, skin and hair routines. Ahead, some of the main benefits to be expected from the proven ingredient. …

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The Blonds channels cosmic glamor for the SS22 collection

This gives an unusual chic. This gives an unusual chic. Although located at the Paradise Club in The Times Square EDITION, Blondes teleported us to a new galaxy, far away for the brand’s SS22 ‘Cosmic Cabaret’ collection. As their first post-pandemic show, Philippe and David Blond brought their classic, jaw-dropping …

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2021-2027 Beekeeping Market Growth Analysis

Beekeeping is the scientific breeding of honey bees for the commercial production of honey and other bee products such as wax, pollen, bee venom, and royal jelly. It is also called beekeeping. Beekeepers are called beekeepers and the place where bees are kept is called beekeeping. The growing awareness of …

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An in-depth analysis of the cannabis extraction market, coupled with cutting-edge product development approaches – Stillwater Current

The 2021 Global Cannabis Extraction Market report provides a comprehensive analysis of the industry including market size, share, growth, and development trends. The initial topics included definitions, classifications, applications and industry chain overview, as well as market trends, policies and plans. Thus, it looked at factors like commodity price, profit …

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Cold front could cause allergy problems in Oklahomans

Many Oklahoma residents are applauding the arrival of the cold front that will bring temperatures down for a few days, but allergy experts warn it’s the perfect storm to bring pain to people. Ragweed pollen started causing problems in August. Now, the cooler temperatures on the way will make ragweed …

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Growing High Point will host the first Let’s Grow Gala

September 20 — HIGH POINT – The community is invited to support Growing High Point’s first fundraising dinner, the Let’s Grow Gala, on Thursday October 7th. Growing High Point will host the dinner featuring fine Southern cuisine, including local produce from Twin Oaks Urban Farm and Sweet Seed Urban Farm, …

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Hay fever means tissue and bags in abundance

Sniff and snort. Wheezing and sneezing. Hay fever season hit our farm so hard this year that we thought about renaming it Phlegm Farm. Allergies are no fun when you are working outside. This does not mean that the plant pollen that causes hay fever cannot also end up inside …

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Using Thighs Can Make Chicken Dinner a Winner

Nobody really knows who came first: the chicken or the egg? We also don’t know why the chicken finally decided to cross the road. But maybe I can give you some answers to another age-old debate on poultry: should you cook with the breast or the thigh? The answer, at …

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