more bee stuff

Discussion in 'HortForum' started by alderbee, May 23, 2009.

  1. alderbee

    alderbee Member

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    I threw a few more notes and observations on the site maybe gather some interest or momentum in the interest of common mason bee vs transient hives for pollination purposes.
    Mason bees have by far more and thicker fur and smaller diameter of fur abundant of what i might call hair or fur on thier body's and are much more efficent at incidental plant pollinators more than a few times compared to 1 bee from a portable hive with bad hair simply because they occour in small amounts and pollinate efficently and as far as amount of bees say and area SPECIALISTS.
    Thet also have their distance they go from the nest i do not know what that is .
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