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Primorye beekeepers will collect about five thousand tons of honey

Primorye beekeepers will collect about five thousand tons of honey
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The Ministry of Agriculture of the Primorsky Territory predicts the volume of honey collection in 2021 at the level of five thousand tons. Such a harvest will allow providing honey to the inhabitants of the region, and beekeepers - to prepare apiaries for winter.

As EastRussia was told in the Ministry of Agriculture, the hot summer had a positive effect on the honey harvest. Due to stable high temperatures, linden has bloomed well, and now - autumn honey plants.

In the Primorsky Territory, beekeeping products are considered as a potential export industry. As EastRussia previously told, in the region they installed "Rest zones" for linden. The area of ​​land that is prohibited from cutting down amounted to more than 1,2 million hectares.

 

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