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  IF YOUR HONEY DOESN'T CRYSTALLIZE, IT'S NOT PURE HONEY. PURE AND SIMPLE. Contrary to popular belief, GOOD honey needs to crystallize! Don't throw away your honey because it turns into a crunchy, gritty form! Just heat it up and your honey will come back again to the liquid form you love! Ноnеу сrуѕtаllіzаtіоn, оftеn rеfеrrеd tо аѕ grаnulаtіоn, іѕ а nаturаl рhеnоmеnоn bу whісh hоnеу turnѕ frоm а lіquіd tо ѕеmі-ѕоlіd ѕtаtе wіth grаnulаr соmроѕіtіоn. Аftеr bеіng ехtrасtеd frоm thе hоnеусоmb, hоnеу tеndѕ tо сrуѕtаllіzе muсh fаѕtеr thаn іf іt wеrе іn thе wах сеllѕ. Quіtе оftеn hоnеу сrуѕtаllіzаtіоn...

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Pollen is the male seed of flowers. It is required for the fertilization of the plant. The tiny particles consist of 50/1,000-millimeter corpuscles, formed at the free end of the stamen in the heart of the blossom. Every variety of flower in the universe puts forth a dusting of pollen. Many orchard fruits and agricultural food crops do, too. Bee pollen is the food of the young bee and it is approximately 40% protein. It is considered one of nature's most completely nourishing foods. It contains nearly all nutrients required by humans. About half of its protein is in the...

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dealing with grief, grief and the loss of a pet, pet loss, pets, pets and dying, sweet pea farm, when a pet dies -

THE SANDWICH IN BETWEEN Wilson my kitty, is back home quietly resting. The anesthesia for his tumor biopsy today, the strange place (the VET), all the people, also being partly deaf and never away from me, tired him out. He has eaten a bit, given IV fluids, and pain meds. As his caretaker - (even though taking care of pets and their livelihood has been my profession all my life) - for me, this still is the hardest part. Watching and standing by, seeing the aging and health slowly decline of someone or something you love. This time period -...

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A quick inspection 2 weeks after the nuc beginner bee packages were installed by beekeeper Stacy Murphy.  

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Want to attract honey bees to your property and flowers? Proven to be beneficial to pollination and growth, better crops and higher fruit harvests - here's how: Plant flowers native to your area. Bees evolved with wildflowers, and the bees in your area will respond best to the flowers they "grew up with," so to speak.  Plant flowers with single petals. Flowers with a single row of petals, rather than flowers with more than one row, are more attractive to bees. Plant yellow, white, blue and purple flowers. These colors attract bees more than pinks, oranges and reds do.  Plant...

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