We just picked our first two melons of the season and enjoyed them with our dinner. I couldn’t remember what kind they were so it was kind of thrilling to cut into them and find out what was inside. The outside looked nothing like a cantaloupe, but that’s exactly what the inside looked and tasted like, only not quite as sweet.
Wild Pollinators Share Pathogens – Hobby FarmsWild Pollinators Share PathogensDiseases that affect your Honey bees could also affect 11 other species of wild pollinators, a study finds.Diseases that affect your Honey bees could also affect 11 other species of wild pollinators, a study finds.By Amy GrisakFebruary 8, 2011In a December 2010 Penn State University study […]
Bee good to pollinators! Leading researchers are searching for clues about a mysterious ailment killing honey bees and other scientists are saying it’s time to protect native pollinators