Virginia Webb: Local beekeeper and farmer

Virginia Webb has an international reputation as a leading expert in bees and honey. Its Sourwood honey has been selected four times as the best in the world at the World Honey Show. And, its Sourwood Honey has been voted the best in the country for the past five years …

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Crushed beehives for crucial almond pollination

Beekeepers are working hard to make the almond pollination season in Northwest Victoria a booming success this year. Key points: Bees are needed to carry pollen from flower to flower on almond trees because almonds are not wind pollinated like some other crops. Tumut beekeeper rescued 1,200 beehives from swampy …

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Our love-hate relationship with dandelions

URBANA, Ill. – For a child, a dandelion is a magical thing. It is one of the first plants we learn to recognize. Bright yellow flowers make cheerful bouquets, necklaces and wreaths. The white fluffy seed heads become wishes when we close our eyes and blow. Adults, especially home gardeners …

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What is the Indian Domestic Violence Law and why is Honey Singh reserved?

Earlier this week, famous rapper Honey Singh’s wife Shalini Singh filed a 118-page petition with numerous charges against her husband and parents. Shalini’s accusations detail incidents dating back to 2011, when the couple spent their honeymoon vacation in Mauritius. She accused Honey Singh, aka Hridesh Singh, of psychological, physical and …

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Beetles, butterflies and bees! Oh my! | Bay naturalist

A white-rimmed sphinx hovers over a flower for food. It is one of the many species of the Sphingidae family commonly referred to as hummingbirds due to their size and flight characteristics. (Tom Koerner / US Fish & Wildlife Service) Picasa Pollination is the movement of pollen from the male …

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Which beekeeper costume should I buy? – WKBN.com

Which beekeeper costume is the best? Beekeeping is a satisfying, sustainable and potentially lucrative activity. As beekeeping grows in popularity, many beginner beekeepers may be looking for the perfect costume to keep them safe and comfortable during those long days spent tending the beehive or harvesting the delicious honey. Buying …

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Labor pains hit menus where it hurts

Photo courtesy of Bellagreen Pent-up demand drives customers back to their favorite restaurants, but sometimes they’re disappointed to find a menu with less choice, higher prices, and some of their favorite dishes gone. In the struggle to recruit staff after the pandemic amid a critical labor shortage, operators are finding …

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Nightmare Honey II (Release Show) – Whammy Bar, Auckland

| NIGHTMARE HONEY FESTIVAL |BABY SIONOVDEEP STATEDJ SHITSHOWELENA ILJIĆNIGHTMARE HONEYPHFROY IRWIN Nightmare Honey is a collaborative music effort led by Raine Genevieve. The first release under this name consisted of a series of LO-FI emo and goth melodies performed during Auckland’s level 4 lockdown in 2020. She worked online with …

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A little warmer for the rest of the week

Better weather is on the way. It won’t be scorching heat by any means, but with the humidity rising late in the day, you’ll likely be using the air conditioner a bit more. The increased humidity in the air could also eventually contribute to producing a few thunderstorms. Today: Rather …

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Rules and Regulations for the Sale of Honey in Michigan

Diane Longanbach and Ana Heck | Farmers advance LANSING EAST, MI. – Many Michigan beekeepers have questions about the rules and regulations regarding the processing and sale of honey and honey products. Starting and Keeping Bees in Michigan: Rules and Regulations from Michigan State University Extension is a comprehensive guide …

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Mendota reporter | Kish Launches Virtual Farming Workshop Series

MALTA – Kishwaukee College’s community education program has launched a new series of agricultural workshops that highlight various aspects of agriculture and food production. All lessons will take place virtually. The new series includes several different courses this summer that will teach participants about self-directed farming practices, which can be …

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TAWA patrols to hunt invading jumbos begin today

It was revealed here over the weekend by Natural Resources and Tourism Deputy Minister Mary Masanja during her official visit to listen to people’s complaints. “I have asked the TWAWA guardians to ensure that they set up camps in these villages from today and to carry out patrols to hunt …

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Has Gastonia found her ace?

This is the sixth installment of the Gastonia Honey Hunters Baseball Weekly Review. At the start of the game on Tuesday, July 20, the team is ranked 20-25, third in the South Division of the Atlantic Professional Baseball League. The week that was … Tuesday July 13 Gastonia 8, High …

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Honey Bee back for 2021 | Local News

HAHIRA— The HoneyBee Festival returns in September. The popular Hahira celebration will return in 2021 after being canceled last year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. In 2020, for the first time in almost 40 years, there were no walkers, no vendors, and no Shriners in their clown cars. “We are …

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Clarkson declares Bee Awareness Day |

Mayor Bonnie G. Henderson issued a proclamation declaring August 21 “Honey Bee Awareness Day” as part of the Clarkson Town Commission meeting this week. “Clarkson is a certified Bee City USA and they love their cities to recognize days like this,” said Scotty Gore, Clerk-Treasurer of Clarkson. “Plus, with the …

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Living on Earth: Beyond the Headlines

Broadcast date: week of July 16, 2021 flux/ download this segment as an MP3 file Allergies in our warming world are not to be sneezed at. (Photo: Pixel Rich on Unsplash) Allergies in our warming world are not to be sneezed at, Environmental Health News’ Peter Dykstra told host Steve …

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The agricultural drone market is booming around the world with Trimble Navigation, Parrot, PrecisionHawk, AeroVironment, DJI Technology

The latest independent research paper on global agricultural drones examines investments in the market. It describes how companies deploying these technologies in various industrial sectors aim to explore its potential to become a major business disruptor. The Agricultural Drones study escapes very useful reviews and strategic assessment including generic market …

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Clarkson Recognizes Bee Awareness Day | Local News

As the home of the Kelley Beekeeping Co. and the Honeyfest Community Celebration, Clarkson is a buzz on events such as Bee Awareness Day. Mayor Bonnie Henderson issued a proclamation declaring the celebration official on August 21. “Clarkson is a certified Bee City USA and they love their cities to …

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Hot, humid conditions cause mold spore spikes to form

IT IS VERY HOT VERY WET THESE ARE PERFECT CONDITIONS FOR MOLD GROWTH. >> DR. GARY STEVENS SAYS MDOL ALLERGENS REACHED A HIGH ON JUNE 30. SPORE’S ACCOUNT WAS 30,000 CLOSTOE. THIS IS THE HIGHEST SEPTEMBER SIENC ACCOUNT OF LAST YEAR. >> WE TYPICALLY THROUGHOUT THE SUER SEEMM RANGE, 40.00 …

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La Colline is home | A beehive full of friends at Honey Made

Meuh Honey. Photo by Maria Helena Carey The pandemic hasn’t stopped entrepreneurship in the district as new businesses have opened and thrived. When Summit to Soul’s Kim Wattrick decided to close her store this spring, Barracks Row had another empty storefront to contend with at 727 8th Street SE, not …

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Severe thunderstorms are possible this afternoon and tonight

time violent threat today A line of thunderstorms passed through the area of ​​the Coulee mid-day, mainly producing heavy rains and gusty winds. It is expected that a second round of storms moves in the Coulee Region this afternoon into the evening. The main area of ​​concern for severe weather …

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Press release: European Commission calls burning of trees ‘sustainable’ energy – 97% of European forests could be threatened with destruction

The European Commission today published its legislative package “Fit For 55”, a basket of policy proposals to reduce EU emissions by 55% by 2030 from 1990 levels. However, updates to the Renewable Energy Directive (RED) actively go against it of this objective and therefore threaten to run counter to any …

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Plant it Wild to host the bee program

Colin Merry, [email protected] July 13, 2021Update: July 13, 2021 at 8:00 a.m. Plant it Wild will host a Zoom presentation on native bees and their importance in pollination. (Courtesy photo / Pixabay) BENZIE COUNTY – The ‘What’s the Buzz About Native Bees‘ presentation explores nesting habitat, life cycle, pollen collection, …

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UNIBIC Foods appoints Naveen Pandey as Managing Director

UNIBIC Foods has announced the appointment of Naveen Pandey as Managing Director. Pandey will be responsible for leading the strategic direction and growth journey of the company. Pandey has over two decades of senior management experience in the Indian FMCG space. A graduate of the Indian Institute of Management, Indore, …

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Farm Truck Brewing to open in Medford this fall

When Brooke Tidswell and Jason “Jay” Kuhn met at a beer distribution chain at Tired Hands Fermentaria in Ardmore, Pa., In 2016, the two were on different career paths – Tidswell was a commercial banker and Kuhn worked as chief. What brought them together was their love of craft beer …

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Food Spread Market Size, Share 2021-2028

New Jersey, United States, – the Spread market The study provides details of market dynamics affecting the market, market size, and segmentation, and casts a shadow over major market players by highlighting the favorable competitive landscape and successful trends over the years. This market report presents the detailed profile of …

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New Zealand’s cutthroat beekeeping industry

A seasoned beekeeper barely made enough profit as he watches the prices of New Zealand honey continue to fall. John Berry, a third generation beekeeper in Hawke’s Bay, with over 50 years of experience with bees, has had an “OK” season, but it is unlikely that he will benefit this …

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6 ways to breathe cleaner at home

Whether your concerns are pollen and allergens, general indoor air quality, or just a little cleaner breathing, consider these tips for cleaning the air. 1. Install HVAC upgrades Ultraviolet lights, humidifiers, dehumidifiers, and filters all offer different ways to remove allergens and impurities from your air. These come at a …

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Opinion: Bees and agriculture need each other

AT THIS STAGE, it is widely believed that bees hold superpowers in their tiny bodies. Not only do they produce honey, but they are the essential pollinators that this agricultural country demands of them. Ireland has a long history of producing quality honey and was a major exporter of comb …

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New Jersey mall adds bees to its roof

Tanger Outlets, in the heart of the Atlantic City shopping district, is trying to save New Jersey’s decimated bee population by installing beehives on the roof of the mall. The honey bee, which is the official virus for the state of New Jersey, has seen a dramatic reduction in numbers …

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WA honey industry calls for end to indigenous logging

Western Australia’s beekeeping industry wants to see native logging abolished, arguing the move would help develop the state’s honey and horticultural industries. Key points: WA Bee Industry Council says now is the time to consider phasing out native logging in the state State government is working on a new management …

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Blue crabs fall to honey hunters 4-3

(Waldorf, MD, July 7, 2021)Sam Burton won the mound for the Blue Crabs on Wednesday in Game 2 of a three-game series against the Gastonia Honey Hunters. A familiar face from the newly traded Austin Glorius took the mound to pitch against his former team. A little late-inning magic for …

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Vegan ‘honey’ hits stores nationwide

Ditch the Agave Nectar and Maple Syrup – Food Technology Company The Single Origin Food Co [Sofco] just raised $ 1.1 million to bring its vegan Un-Honey to customers across the United States. The Delaware-based company recently welcomed seed funding to deliver its product to more consumers and continue its …

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How bees are helped by the government

By Donna McMillan THE governments of Canada and Ontario have launched a new targeted beekeeper infusion to support and strengthen the health of managed honey bees and Ontario’s beekeeping sector, MPP Toby Barrett said in a statement release in spring 2021. “This is a welcome help,” he said, noting that …

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