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June 24, 2014 - 11 went

Monthly Meeting of SA NPSOT Chapter: Bees and Bee-friendly Plants

Bob Fromme responds to questions from a full house after his and Eva's presentation on the history of beekeeping, bee anatomy and behavior, and bee-attracting plants suited for our area.

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  • John N.

    A "full house" audience greatly enjoyed Eva & Bob Fromme's presentation on bees and bee-friendly plants. A film on bee-waggling (communication dance) was shown during the social time. The presentation covered beekeeping history, bee biology, bee behavior, and information on local bee-friendly plants (blooming periods, relative appeal to bees, properties of resulting honey, etc.).

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