Quantcast

The next threat to bees?

Beekeeping Forum

Help Support Beekeeping Forum:

random 

New Bee
Joined
Nov 10, 2008
Messages
14
Reaction score
0
Location
Sk?ne
Hive Type
other
Number of Hives
4
News has emerged of the latest threat to nature: drug-addled bees, hopped up on crack by crazed scientists...

read the full story here

Of course it does beg the question - Why?
 

artibaton 

House Bee
Joined
Dec 8, 2008
Messages
142
Reaction score
1
Location
berkshire
Hive Type
langstroth
Number of Hives
06
i saw this story and thought it was a funny experiment.....why.....because they can.

wonder if the bees talk absolute crap while theyre high.

:party: woot woot toot toot!!
 

jimbeekeeper 

Queen Bee
Joined
Dec 14, 2008
Messages
2,470
Reaction score
1
Location
East Yorkshire
Hive Type
national
Number of Hives
1
Given that the new years sales have started early, has also April fools also come early?
 

Chris B 

Queen Bee
Joined
Dec 9, 2008
Messages
2,205
Reaction score
0
Location
Bromsgrove, Worcestershire
Hive Type
langstroth
Number of Hives
300
but they wont fight and rob
my bees don't need drugs to make them fight or rob. They'll do it anyway given half a chance.

I've also witnessed bees robbing fermented honey and then going berserk, fighting each other, and buzzing about upside down. Just like most Saturday nights on our high street. :boxing_smiley:
 

Hivemaker. 

Queen Bee
Joined
Nov 8, 2008
Messages
14,309
Reaction score
9
Location
Exmoor.
Hive Type
national
Drugs and drink for bee's,they get drunk while working lime trees.



 

Heather 

Queen Bee
Joined
Dec 7, 2008
Messages
4,099
Reaction score
85
Location
Newick, East Sussex
Hive Type
national
Number of Hives
15
Yes, Chris - but give them a spliff and they will stop that malarky - not that I have ever tried it - a child of the sixties too -
 

Finman 

Queen Bee
Joined
Nov 8, 2008
Messages
25,650
Reaction score
203
Location
Finland, Helsinki
Hive Type
langstroth
.
The next threat is that auto industry colapses and we cannot drive car any more. That will be the end of beekeeping


 
Last edited:

Hivemaker. 

Queen Bee
Joined
Nov 8, 2008
Messages
14,309
Reaction score
9
Location
Exmoor.
Hive Type
national
And the end of varroa, it will be life Jim,but not as we know it.
 

Latest posts

Top