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  Catch more bees with honey
2001-11-21 : 12:13:0 -
Lisa Zwirn - http://www.boston.com/

The honey-making process has fascinated man for millennia, primarily for the precision with which bees, some of nature's smallest creatures, carry it out in great numbers. It's harvest time when the ''supers'' (hive boxes) are full of honey, which happens in this region during fall. The beekeeper uses a simple puff of smoke to disorient the bees and get access to the hive. The bees, sensing danger, gorge themselves on honey, then flee. That's ''raw'' honey, which is the most prized. ''For honey to retain its floral essences,'' says Andy Reseska, a Holliston beekeeper, ''as little as possible should be done to it.'' New Englanders have a association with honey. An Andover minister and beekeeper named Lorenzo Langstroth, who retired to Ohio, invented the first movable frame hive there in 1852, paving the way for more modern beekeeping practices. Honey is the world's oldest sweetener, and the only food produced by insects. And in spite of the buzz about bees stinging, beekeepers suit up and aren't afraid of their bees.

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