P.E.I. researcher plants a “bee pasture”
Bees on Prince Edward Island may soon have more fields filled with plants that produce pollen, thanks to a researcher who is trying to create something called a bee pasture.
"To look at crops that would possibly create significant food sources for bees, from that we get the term bee pasture," explained Roger Henry, research technician with Agriculture and Agri-food Canada, at the Harrington Research Station.
"Basically a pasture of crops or crops that we grow that will provide food for bees." | READ MORE
July 7, 2017 By CBC News