Chinese customs take tourists from honey

Chinese customs take tourists from honey

In Primorye, snow has not yet fallen in the forest, but the sun is already so hot that nature strongly speaks of the irretrievable loss of cold. And one of the signs of this - bees are already telling their owners about the desire to break free, reports "Vesti: Primorye" referring to

The honey industry of Primorye is going through hard times. Beekeepers are seriously concerned about the active cutting of lime trees, the planting of which goes for logging without taking into account its natural uniqueness - as the main seaside mead.

Disturbing beekeepers and the difficulty with the sale of sweet products, the lack of a well-established and stable market. For this period, significant stocks of honey have accumulated on many collective and private apiaries. A reliable market is needed so that there is no overproduction of honey.

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