The importance of adapted bee feed

The survival of honeybees depends to a large extent on their hive, health and, in particular, their food. Nectar flows can also vary strongly from region to region and according to the season, so proper feeding and nutrition is necessary to maintain breeding activities and to meet food requirements.

The importance of adapted bee feed

The survival of honeybees depends to a large extent on their hive, health and, in particular, their food. Nectar flows can also vary strongly from region to region and according to the season, so proper feeding and nutrition is necessary to maintain breeding activities and to meet food requirements.
The special importance of food to bees can be illustrated by considering the stages in their development: during development from the egg to an insect, protein uptake is a key factor; for mature bees, by contrast (drones, worker bees and queens), energy supply in the form of carbohydrates takes precedence.
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