Honeybees, Pollinator study

T O enoster@hotmail.com
Fri, 14 Nov 2014 20:24:43 PST
Honey from Rhododendron and other toxic plants is safe for people when the honey comb cells are capped. Bees cap the honey when it has reached a specific moisture content.  The uncapped premature honey has historically made people sick, even in the last century (see "Plants and Beekeeping" by F. N. Howes)

I imagine it is similar with the Amarilids.


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