Flies masquerading as bees show potential sources of pollen

Credit: PIXTA / CC0 public domain A small bee con artist, the hoverfly, could be of great help to some gardens and farms, according to a new study from Washington State University. Anne Observational study In western Washington, more than 2,400 pollinators visited flowers on urban and rural farms, about …

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Global Bulk Honey Market Demand With COVID-19 Recovery Analysis Improved Delivery Process In 2021 To Drive Market Growth By 2027 – KSU

Bulk-honey-market Latest research on Global Bulk Honey Market The report covers forecasting and analysis at global, regional and country level. The study provides historical information from 2016-2021 as well as a forecast for 2021-2027 supported by both volume and revenue (USD Million). The entirety of the study covers the main …

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New mobile coffee vendors keep Columbus on the move

When the COVID-19 pandemic forced some cafes to close temporarily (and others permanently), some in the coffee industry saw an opportunity: to go outside. In recent months, Columbus has seen several mobile coffee vendors on the streets, with businesses such as Park Service Coffee and Honey Cup Coffee Co. opting …

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Beekeeping is a game-changer for young people

Beekeeping or beekeeping is a game-changer and a lucrative activity which, if given the necessary boost, can reduce unemployment in the country. Mr. Samuel Meh, president of the Adaklu District Beekeepers Association, revealed this to the Ghanaian News Agency in an interview with Adaklu Helekpe in Adaklu District. He said …

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Bees welcomed at Cub Scout Camp | News, Sports, Jobs

Times Observer photo of Brian Ferry Cub Scouts (left to right) Kelsey Johnson, Rory McBriar and Mason Chapman observe bees up close in a demonstration hive brought to the Cub Camp by the beekeeper and Eagle Scout Jacob Devereaux on Fox Hill on Friday Road in Pine Township of Grove. …

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