Honey producers watch the temperature

Although conditions this spring have been good, temperatures haven’t been consistently warm enough across the Prairies, said Rod Scarlett, executive director of the Canadian Honey Council. | File photo


Bees and Climate Change

The days leading up to the first week of May will determine the level of losses faced by prairie beekeepers as they leave winter behind, said an industry leader.

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