[Bee Farmers say] the mixture of different crops, which bloom at different times and grow at different rates, replenishes the nutrients and bacteria necessary for the soil to be fertile. And [they say] that the flowers have encouraged the bees to repopulate.
Kernaleguen said there were lots of bees when he was growing up before they all but disappeared around 10 years ago.“It’s encouraging,” he said. “It kind of lets you know [the bees are] happy with what you got and you’re helping out the ecosystem.
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