Bees help farmers with crop pollination
With the drive to increase the amount of food grown in the UK and reduce our imports, there has been noticeable changes to the agricultural crops grown and more farmers looking for beekeepers to help pollinate those new crops. You may have noticed increased amounts of beans, clover and radish used as cover crops to reduce the use of weed killers and appearance of buckwheat and borage being grown, there has also been a reduction of some crops too.
New homes for the honeybees
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