Bee And The Environment

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Bee And The Environment

Honeybees are social insects noted for providing their nests with large amounts of honey. A colony of honeybees is a highly complex cluster of individuals that functions virtually as a single organism. A colony usually consists of a queen bee, a fertilised female capable of laying a thousand or more eggs per day; from 30,000 to 60,000 sexually undeveloped females, the worker bees; and from zero to 1,000 male bees or drones.

The value of the honeybee to man does not end with the making of honey. Honeybees mean an abundance of fruit in orchards and vegetables in market gardens. When the forager bee gathers nectar her body becomes dusted with pollen and as she moves from flower to flower, the pollen passes from male flowers to female flowers and cross-pollination takes place..

Without the bee, the blossoms may not bear fruit and without the floral sources there could be no honey – it is a perfect partnership. Fruit growers and market gardeners are delighted when beekeepers set colonies on their property – many invite them to do so. This pollination process is worth up to $1.2 billion per annum to the Indian horticultural industry.

India is blessed with an abundance of fine honeys most of them found nowhere else in the world. Our long hours of sunshine and a great selection of native trees with their nectar laden blooms combine to produce honeys that are highly regarded for their unique flavours. No other honeys in the world have quite the same character and taste. Honey production varies from year to year because of drought and other seasonal factors

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