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  • Vast Shadow

    Bees were dying off in hordes about two years ago... The only bee that had immunity was African killer bees. Texas A&M discovered it was a parasite that was brought from another country via cargo freight. The Bee industry have taken a toll...
    Bees are important because what they do, pollinate flowers -- Allowing plants to reproduce with ease. Lot of new methods(Plant pollination) for that has been placed into momentum. Butterfly, hummingbird, and wasp farms have been getting into fashion, because the bee shortages scared many farmers that use to rely on bees to pollinate their produce of flowering plant species.

  • Jeff Nelder

    I think it will be through perseverance that the bee-keeping community will overcome the misconceptions about bees- over time I think misinformation will be unable to compete with a groundswell movement and message this rational.