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Plant ohia, yellow flowers to nurture bee population

By Heidi Bornhorst

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Jul 23, 2012

~~<p><strong>Question:</strong> My keiki and I are so worried about bees disappearing. We hear there is something attacking the hives. What can we do? What can we grow that they like to eat? <em>&mdash; Jolyn, Manoa</em></p>
<p><strong>Answer:</strong> Without bees we will not have food. They provide far more than honey. Honeybees pollinate most of our major food crops, vegetables and fruits.</p>
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Question: My keiki and I are so worried about bees disappearing. We hear there is something attacking the hives. What can we do? What can we grow that they like to eat? — Jolyn, Manoa

Answer: Without bees we will not have food. They provide far more than honey. Honeybees pollinate most of our major food crops, vegetables and fruits. Login for more...



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