Save the bees and plant some melliferous flowers, aka honey plants!

seed melliferous flowers

Everyone of us can help a little and save the bees. Spread some melliferous flowers seeds and this will help the bees find more food. We don’t have to turn into beekeepers for this. What are melliferous flowers? Translating this is will be like “a flower that makes honey”. Can’t they all? Don’t all flowers have pollen and nectar? No. And even more, not all flowers that make nectar and pollen are liked and visited by bees. First because the… Read More

What causes CCD? Do pesticides kill bees? Or radiations? Pathogens? Aliens?

what is CCD

What causes CCD? Do pesticides kill bees? These are valid questions we hear a lot these days. But what if the truth is completely different, and the pesticides are merely dust in the eyes? Of course anybody connected somehow to the bees, wonders what causes CCD. The possibilities are numerous and it’s quite easy to blame someone else. But who is blaming who here? What is CCD? It’s Colony Collapse Disorder. A highfalutin way of saying that bees are disappearing. Because this is the… Read More

Einstein said: “If the bees disappear…” – Give me a break, Einstein!

what Einstein said about the disappearance of bees

No, I don’t believe Einstein said that. And I don’t believe this is what would happen. Today, the Internet is so full of quotes of some illustrious names like Einstein, Buddha, Mother Teresa… Who knows exactly what Buddha said on those times? Who kept a record of all Einstein’s sayings? Come on, people… We put words in famous people’s mouths and make them stronger! We impress with them and enjoy being impressed and encouraged by them. Einstein was a genius and… Read More

Neonicotinoids are poison to bees and our honey!

colony collapse disorder

On July 2015, The New York Times is writing: “More than 70 percent of pollen and honey samples collected from foraging bees in Massachusetts contained neonicotinoids, a type of insecticide that has been linked to colony collapse disorder, researchers are reporting. The disorder causes adult bees to abandon their hives in winter.” We got it. Bees disappear. But hey, let’s read it again: the honey contained neonicotinoids! 70% of them! Considering this moment only, not thinking about the future, or about what is… Read More