Permaculture courses to become self-sufficient

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  1. LoveInNature

    LoveInNature Active Member Premium Member GOLD

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    I watched your video when your uncle was dividing his hives. Wow that was amazing. My eldest daughter and I are horribly allergic to ordinary bee stings and so love the native bees. I was also surprised to see how many types of native bee there are. 1500 and only 10 of these are stingless.

    My sister is an entomologist so I will do an article on native bees in my valuable additions to the garden articles.
     
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    Mark would you say they fully replace honey bees?
     
  3. Mark

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    I see the native bees on everything honey bees go so from a pollination perspective I'd say yes.
     

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