With less Captain Crunch and more dandelion greens, we won’t need robotic bees.
It’s Labor Day, but I just can’t bear to reiterate the awful facts about economic inequality in the United States. I could tell you about the insights from the latest article from the Journal of Economic Inequality, but I would have to pay $44.95 for
Bees. Except for a small number of bumblebees, my garden, usually buzzing at this time of year, is devoid of pollinators. I use no pesticides.
Where I live in central Maine it’s been an unusual year. We’ve had a slow start due to cold, but even so I haven’t seen more than one bumblebee in my garden. Just one bumblebee, and no honeybees at all. In some nearby woods a
As high fructose corn syrup gets warmer, it engages in a chemical reaction that produces hydroxymethylfurfural – a chemical that breaks down in the human body to form other toxic substances. Hydroxymethylfurfural itself has also been linked with damage to DNA in humans.
What are the expenses my son and I should realistically expect for starting up and maintaining a beehive?
Honey bees swarm on my compost pile, on the broccoli flowers opening there – apparently some of the only flowers they could find.