Hi all, Let me kick of my first post with this random bit: The owner of the land who allows me to keep the bees there is worried that they might consume nectar and pollen from the poisonous Monkshood flower (Aconitum japonicum) which started blooming these days. He thinks that bees who collect nectar and pollen from that flower will somehow transfer the poison of the flower to their stinger and when they sting a person, that person might be severely injured, because the bee stinger (in his opinion) now contains the poison of the flower, additionally to what the regular bee venom already is. I tried to explain to him that the bee stinger and venom are developed by the bees in the first 16 days of their life and they do not even leave the hive during that time. But I don't think he believes me. So, what do I say to that?