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Tuesday, September 12, 2006

Bee Pollen

Pollen is sold as a nutritional supplement, marketed as "bee pollen" (even though it is of course from flowers). Many trees and flowering plants are good source of pollen for honeybees. Bees will collect pollen from some grasses and grains when they cannot find pollens with more nutritional value, however, anemophilous plants such as grasses generally have very low real value to bees. Some windblown pollen is likely to be inadvertantly collected by bees, since they bear a static charge. Ragweed and pine pollen can settle on leaves and other flowers, to add to the total quantity of pollens that are found upon analysis of gathered pollen.

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