Where your bees are getting their pollen.

Discussion in 'General Beekeeping' started by trumpet01, Mar 18, 2009.

  1. trumpet01

    trumpet01 New Member

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    I can't remember if this was posted on this forum or not,but this is a very good web sight.All you do is enter your zip code and it will tell you what is producing the most pollen in your area.http://pollen.com/allergy-weather-forecast.asp. I hope this will help and sorry in advance if this has already been posted. Jim <><
     
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    Nice site. Thanks
     

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    Tia New Member

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    Mine were working the viburnum the other day and getting nectar to boot. The pollen is pure white. Pretty.
     
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    do websites exist that have a nectar flow chart?
     
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    The past two weeks have been maples. But chickweed and other weed ground covers have been really blooming. Just started seeing dandelions on the southern side of slopes.